We want to make the path to achievement clear and accessible so people can live their dreams, big and small.
Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
The first step in achieving any goal is defining exactly what you want and how you’re going to achieve it. This step is often the biggest stumbling block because without it the effort is stalled before it starts. GoalsGoneSocial dot-com has launched a new service to help people clear this hurdle. The service, called ‘Goal Coach’, is free for registered users.
The mantra of Goals Gone Social is “We believe anything is possible. We’re just trying to improve the odds.” The ‘Goal Coach’ service is the latest website effort to try to help people improve their odds. “This service is ideal for people who just want a jump start on a new direction in their life or are seeking a new life adventure,” said David Fealkoff, creator of Goals Gone Social.
Users can get started even if all they have is a vague notion of their goal. Once they post their idea the service is available from a link on the Goals page of the website. The service helps them explore the possibilities and construct a viable goal plan. From there they can take advantage of the social networking features of the site to engage other users who have similar or complementary interests.
Challenging times like these demand that we take more initiative to achieve our dreams. “A little personal guidance in the early stages of a journey along with the empowerment of social networking resources can significantly accelerate user progress and increase the likelihood of achieving the desired goal,” said Mr. Fealkoff. “We’re very excited about the new service and helping clear the path for people to live their dreams.”
About Umagine LLC:
Umagine’s mission is to enable and promote success through mutual help. David Fealkoff, Umagine’s founder and high tech veteran, created GoalsGoneSocial dot-com as a place where socializing is an integral part of finding, planning and achieving your goals. The premise of Goals Gone Social is that “Goals are more likely achieved when the person setting them receives encouragement or support from and is accountable to others.” The website features news, resources, goal planning and personal journal software as well as other users who may have similar, compelling, or unique and interesting goals. For more information, contact David Fealkoff at (805) 551-6844 or goalsgonesocial(at)gmail(dot)com.