How To Get Anything You Want

by Chad Agrawal

People who are successful usually get what they want. That's why they're successful - they get whatever they want.

Take a second to think about any successful people you know. Are they doctors, lawyers, businessmen, parents, politicians? Odds are, that successful person you are thinking about has a framework they use to get what they want.

Similar to having a guide or getting transfer students advice, a framework for success can help you accomplish your goals.

In this post, we'll give you a framework to help you get anything you want.

The Framework

In order to achieve any goal, you must start with the research, clearly state what you want, develop a plan and stick to it.

Start with the research - For many people, getting started is the hardest part. Doing basic research about your goals will help you get started on your path to success and give you insights to be more specific about your goal.

Clearly state what you want - After doing your research, redefine your goals so that they are specific and attainable. Write down what you want and include a timeline of when you want it.

Develop A Plan -  Write down a step-by-step plan of how you are going to achieve your goal. Include the actions you are going to take along with any resources you need. Create milestones so you can track your progress and measure your success.

Stick To The Plan - Follow through on you plan and make adjustments as you go along. Keep checking yourself to make sure you are taking steps towards your milestones and goals. If things aren't working out, reassess the situation to find a way to meet your next milestone.

Better, Faster, Easier

Laying down a plan and carrying it out is a valuable skill to have. But sometimes, it's better, faster and easier to use a plan that has already been proven to work.

When considering using someone else's plan, you're looking for a track record of success. 

This means, they have done their research, used the plan and has shown that it has worked for themselves and other people.

And that's exactly what we provide here at, a plan for success at community college.

To learn more, see our community college transfer overview to get your proven plan for transferring from community college to university.

This post was written by Chad Agrawal

Chad Agrawal is the founder of CCTS, helping students transfer from community college to Ivy League, tier 1 or anywhere else by following this community college guide.

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Caitlyn Lubahn June 17, 2012 at 10:27 am

Awsome info and straight to the point. I am not sure if this is in fact the best place to ask but do you guys have any ideea where to employ some professional writers? Thank you 🙂


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