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How To Achieve Your Goals With A Single Page: Sarah Glova (Transcript)

Here is the full transcript of podcast host Sarah Glova’s talk titled “How To Achieve Your Goals With A Single Page” at TEDxShawUniversity 2024 conference.

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TRANSCRIPT:

A Single Page Plan for Big Goals

I was talking to a friend of mine and I was really frustrated. I told my friend, “Even if your goal was to be President of the United States, your plan for that goal would still just need to be a single page.”

Now, I’m not a political scientist and I was not trying to convince my friend to run for President, but I was arguing to my friend that more people would be able to achieve their really big goals if they knew how to design a plan for that goal that was just a single page. Even if their goals were really big, like write a book or climb a mountain or start a YouTube channel, be President of the United States, even if their goals are really big, they would still just need to be a single page.

And my friend looked at me kind of like you’re looking at me now, like “What do you mean just a single page?” So let me explain. My name is Dr. Sarah Glova and for years I was a business reporter and podcast host, meaning I spent my days interviewing people about how they achieved their really big goals. I interviewed people who started companies, started movements, invented new technology.

I interviewed a lot of firsts, so like the first woman or the first person of color to break a record or hit a certain level of leadership in their industry. And in all these interviews, even though all the people were really different, I started to notice a pattern. Even though all the people were really different, there were certain things that everybody seemed to be doing as they worked on their goal.

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There was a pattern to how they set, worked on, and achieved their really big goal. I nerded out on this for a couple years. I looked to see if the research could verify what I was seeing in this pattern. And then I tested it with a number of folks and I found that there was a way to execute this pattern for any goal and it worked best if you kept it to just a single page.

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