Instant Goals

How to Set Goals and Achieve Them Instantly!

Non-Fiction - Self Help
74 Pages
Reviewed on 11/30/2014
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    Book Review

Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite

Instant Goals: How to Set Goals and Achieve Them Instantly! by The Instant-Series shows you the way to effectively achieve your goals, both short-term and long-term. “No fluff. No joke. No horsing around. No monkey business. No time to waste”. Appearance wise, Instant Goals of The Instant-Series lives up to its name. The book looks stylish and professional without frills. As for the content, it’s fast-paced and does not dwell on the numerous life stories of successful people or what-not, like most of the other self-help books that I've read before. The no-nonsense "how-to" strategies, techniques, applications and exercises included appealed to me. There are only 60 pages to Instant Goals, yet 60 pages is all you need.

The chapters are short and to the point. Chapter four is my favorite part of the book; getting the big fish. It’s about your long-term goals, the ones that seem to take forever to achieve or may even impossible to attain for some people. There’s a quick guide on how to stay motivated and keep moving forward. On the whole, everything is practical and succinct. Some of the ideas or methods may seem familiar, but it’s great to be reminded again, especially when the methods are given a new and effortless perspective. The crucial keys in Instant Goals are to put your goals on paper, be realistic, prioritize and allocate a reasonable time to attain them. I’m pleasantly surprised with this book, and quite interested to check out the other ones in The Instant-Series.


Reading this book is like learning to drive. It’s all common sense. Whether you have your license or not, EVERYONE knows you stop at a stop sign. Nothing could be more obvious. But what would have happened if you’d never learned to drive, and were just given your license? You would approach the stop sign, stop like you should, and….oh. Three other cars reached the intersection, all from different directions. What do you do?

Well of course you would give right of way to anyone who reached the stop sign first, and then, if drivers reached the sign at the same time, you would yield to the driver on the right. DUH!

But that really wasn’t obvious. Even if it seemed obvious at the time you were learning it. And if someone were in that situation without any training, they wouldn’t have a clue what to do. MAYBE they could reason it out, but that’s not easy to do in the heat of the moment.

This book is JUST like that. The information it gives you might seem obvious when you’re reading it, and you’ll be going “okay, yeah, that makes sense, of course, yeah” throughout the whole book. But seriously, when you’re reading it, point to a spot on any page and say to yourself “Did I consciously know this?” The answer is usually no. And the info it gives you will help you not to choke and despair on your goals.

For example, it seems reasonable that you should divide your goal into Priority, Eventually, or Fantasy, doesn't it? And everyone can pretty much do that in their heads, right? Except that your head is a cauldron of all the things that you want to do. Getting out an actual piece of paper and dividing everything into Priority, Eventually, and Fantasy may seem like a waste of time, but it will keep your brain from overheating with too much information at once, causing you to just eat an entire pizza rather than peruse your goals.

Now, does that seem obvious? Yeah, it does to me too. But I would never have consciously thought of it before reading the book.