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Reviewed by Danita Dyess for Readers' Favorite
“One Great Goal” by Ursula Mentjes grabbed my attention because it seemed too simplistic. It was an anachronism. In this age of multitasking, diversifying and 24/7 deal making, how could her single-inded advice be of value? However, she quickly dispelled my doubts with her proven formula: Clarity + simplicity + secondary goals + soul purpose = One Great Goal (OGG). She says you must align your OGG with your Soul Purpose, your unique talents and gifts that impact the world. Focusing on one objective is a life-altering process. It entails learning to listen to the whispers of your spirit, cultivating patience and persistence, writing your goals and refusing to think small. As you jump out of bed in the morning brimming with joy, you’ll effortlessly attract like-minded people and positive forces.
I loved this book. Mentjes is a healer. Her track record for helping people reach their goals is impressive. She has a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and communication and a master of science degree in psychology. She is a sales expert and certified coach through the Neuro-Linguistic Programming Institute of California. She is past president of the Inland Empire chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. Mentjes is the author of “Selling with Intention” and “Selling with Synchronicity” and the founder of Potential Quest Inc. “One Great Goal” is highly recommended.