Saturday, June 30, 2012

Declare your Independence from Mediocrity with the Goal Goodness Package


Are you where you want or need to be?
Start the second half of the year strong with these books, tools and programs from Karl Bimshas, aimed to help you find, set and achieve your great goals.
Here’s what’s in the Goal Goodness Package
1. Go Get It! Your Guide to Finding Purpose, Setting Goals and Maintaining Success
2. Pushing Back the Ocean; Tide Turning Leadership Lessons
3. How To Stay When You Want To Quit; Re-scripting your life from whiner to winner
4. Write Advice: Inspirations, tips and thoughts for Leaders and Artists
5. Perspectives; A 30 Day Journal to View Your World Differently
6. Just The Facts Worksheet
7. Time for Change: A Quick Guide to Manage (Survive) Planned (Sudden) Change
8. The Day Kevin Turtle Abandoned His Shell; A Short Story to Transform Wishes into Work
Plus more, all in separate .pdf files 
Build your own goal setting course!
To celebrate America’s Birthday, there are only 236 available at the special Fourth of July price $47

Click the Goal Goodness button

Goal Goodness

Declare your Independence from Mediocrity with the Goal Goodness Package

Goal Goodness.001Are you where you want or need to be?

Start the second half of the year strong with these books, tools and programs from Karl Bimshas, aimed to help you find, set and achieve your great goals.

Here’s what’s in the Goal Goodness Package

1. Go Get It! Your Guide to Finding Purpose, Setting Goals and Maintaining Success



2. Pushing Back the Ocean; Tide Turning Leadership Lessons



3. How To Stay When You Want To Quit; Re-scripting your life from whiner to winner


4. Write Advice: Inspirations, tips and thoughts for Leaders and Artists


5. Perspectives; A 30 Day Journal to View Your World Differently6. Just The Facts Worksheet

6. Time for Change: A Quick Guide to Manage (Survive) Planned (Sudden) Change


7. The Day Kevin Turtle Abandoned His Shell; A Short Story to Transform Wishes into Work

Plus more, all in separate .pdf files

Build your own goal setting course!

To celebrate America’s Birthday, there are only 236 available at the special Fourth of July price $47


CLICK HERE for Goal Goodness.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Trailer for my next novel

video

The Sense of Words

Words pursuade. It doesn't mater if you're writing fiction or non-fiction, you want to convey your thoughts to another.

The problem some leaders run into is they sometimes believe everyone thinks like they do. They don't. People are reached in different ways. The same is true for readers.

So, if you want to pursuade your audinece, it best to know them and which style they prefer to communicate. If you don't know, or if you have a wide array of personalities, then you may need to say they same thing in several differnent ways for maximum exposure.

With a hat tip to NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and other methods that encourage you to use different senses to comunicate, I've created four sets of words to kickstart your next communication.


For Visual Learners
Give your writing some vision with words you can see.



For Audio Learners
Listern to your writing with words you can hear.



For Kinesthetic Learners
Get active with your writing with words that move you.


For Sensual Learners
Add flavor to your writing with words you can taste.
(Why is this one so long? They way to the heart is through the stomach)



These are just a sampling of words, there are many more in the wild you can choose from. Choose wisely, and keep writing.


Friday, June 22, 2012

Goal Setting Survey

Please share your thoughts to help make better products, tools and services for "Goal Getters"

Click HERE for Survey

Monday, June 11, 2012

Happy Monday?


Happy Monday?

How's your day going? Did you sleep well last night, or did you toss and turn with the prospect of another Monday morning?

If you view the start of the week with anxiety instead of anticipation, that's a hint that you're on the wrong track. Everyone has up and down days, but if your down days are predominately Mondays, it's probably time to change what you do on Mondays.

We often think change has to be a big scary, well planned and executed event. Not always. Often change comes with the slight alteration of a habit.

I used to dread mornings in my house. It was a frenetic obsticle course to ensure everyone ate, got dressed properly, brushed their teeth and did everything else in the morning routine. It was never the peaceful and idealic scenes so often depicted in Disney movies.

A few months ago we created a breakfast menu. Now everyone knows what they're having for breakfast on what day of the week. For people who like variety and dislike structure, this comes across as ridged. It's not. Everyday there's something different to eat. Each morning takes just 10 minutes of my time to pour, cook or prepare breakfast and 10-15 minutes to consume it, together. 

Table time is important, and it's helped carve in some peace each morning. We use the time to discuss goals or concerns or just be together without screaming. It hasn't eliminated chaos, but it has provided an oasis from it. I know we're eating healthier, and starting the day far less stressed. The change was small, the benefits have been huge, and have laid the groundwork for other positive habits.

If there's something in your life that you regularly dread, what can you do to ensure you no longer complain about it, but instead address with a positive change?


The Day Kevin Turtle Abandoned His Shell
A new short story, part of the "Think About It" series of guide books I'm publishing is now available on amazon.

The main character, a downtrodden businessman by the name of Kevin Turtle, started his day as he had started every other day for the last two years, by dreading to get up. Each morning he was faced with the same dilemma. How would he get done everything he felt he had to get done, knowing nearly none of it was what he wanted to get done? Grudgingly but dutifully he attend what he calls a Rah-Rah Conference, but is surprised when the speaker presents an alternative course.

This brief parable provides much needed tips on how to transform your wishes into actionable goals. I hope you'll enjoy it and share it and other titles with your friends and collegues.

The Day Kevin Turtle Abandoned His Shell; A Short Story to Transform Wishes into Work ("Think About it")
by Karl Bimshas by BimMedia
Kindle Edition ~ Release Date: 2012-06-10
 


Monday, June 4, 2012

Plan and Do


Plan, so you're prepared.
Do, so you're accomplished.