The infamous "mid-life crisis" stops people in their tracks.
All of a sudden you wake up in your 30s or 40s realizing that the life you are living is not the life you wanted.
This isn't the house, car, job, or work schedule you wanted. You haven't taken the vacations or kept up with your dreams. You ask, "Is this all there is?"
No matter which side of the "mid-life crisis" you are on, "Clear Mind ~ Bright Future" will absolutely, beyond any doubt, help.
Chris woke up in his 30s a successful entrepreneur with a wonderful house, fancy car, travel, and a mound of possessions. But he was single. He wanted a wife and kids.
He set his goals and priorities. Within a year he was engaged--he wasn't even dating anyone at the time. Now he has a lovely family with two kids.
Not everyone has a mid-life crisis, but goal setting is still valuable to make sure you enjoy satisfaction and fulfillment:
Dave was a goal setter since college. He wanted to achieve business success, live in a nice house, and drive a luxury car. He rose to the upper levels of a Fortune 500 company.
In his early 40s, he reevaluated his goals, and shifted his emphasis to his family, travel, and charity work. He is now an owner in a successful small business that doesn't drive people to work 50-70 hours a week, and he finally has what he calls balance in his life.
"Clear Mind ~ Bright Future" isn't just about goals. It is about finding your passion, your calling, and what will bring you ultimate happiness.