Rock Your Goals Podcast episode 47 - goal setting with Adam Jelic of MiGoals

Today I’m thrilled to be talking with the founder of MiGOALS, Adam Jelic.

Adam discovered the power of goal setting at 16 and, after struggling to find a simple way to plan, action and track his goals, he started MiGOALS in 2010 with a crystal clear vision; to design a simple product to help people take their goals from dream to action.

Today tens of thousands of people around the globe use MiGOALS products to define their goals, live their dreams and make awesome stuff happen.

In this episode Adam and I are digging into a whole lot of goal rocking goodness with a great conversation about goal setting, finding the confidence to get started and how to deal with doubts and challenges along the way so you can live your dreams and get awesome shit done!


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People & Resources Mentioned in this Episode

A Hero’s Journey by Jim Stynes & Jon Carnegie
Tony Robbins

Quotes from the Episode

Get in the game.

Start with a single step.

Get comfortable being uncomfortable. ~Jillian Michaels

Enter to win! {Competition Closed}

Adam and the incredible team at MiGOALS are giving one lucky listener the gift of goal rocking in 2017. You could win one of their fabulous A6 diaries filled with everything you need to feel inspired, motivated and organised in 2017.

It’s quick and easy to enter. Simply answer this question in the comments below:

What goal will you rock with your MiGOALS diary in 2017?

Adam Jelic of MiGOALS talks goal setting on Rock Your Goals the Podcast

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P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, tune in to episode 34 where Elyse Santilli from Notes on Bliss talks life and business visioning.

+ Loving shout out to the amazing Ane Novak who created the wonderful tune “Happy Day” (the awesome intro & outro music to Rock Your Goals the podcast) which still gets me grooving in my seat every time I hear it.