You’re a G.O.A.T.

How do you handle being called a G.O.A.T?

When I read this review about the program I did featuring the life works of Earl Nightingale, my first thought was the reviewer considered Earl and I are old goats. Then, the reviewer wrote, “Impossible to surpass such vital deep memorable information.”

The two statements seemed to contradict each other.

So, I Googled what it means when someone refers to a G.O.A.T… to my surprise it is urban slang for a compliment. The Urban Dictionary explains, “An acronym for G.reatest O.f A.ll T.ime” “Greatest Of All Time. Not a title that should be easily given out.”

Well then, thank you very much!

 

Here’s the complete review of The Secret Advantage:

Ummmmm….“THE….G.O.A.T. Impossible to surpass such vital deep memorable information. That’s all I’m going to say!”

The program itself is based on an acronym; C.O.R.E. This is for skills based on Competency, Opportunities, Results, and Effectiveness.

In addition to Audible and Amazon, get the complete collector’s edition box set with the BONUS Six Classic Earl Nightingale videos and the Nightingale Conant Documentary at discount.

There’s another program based on the word; G.O.A.L.S.   The new Goals and Vision course that will be live on Audible soon. Goals,

It is safe to say that if you want the C.O.R.E. skills to be a G.O.A.T. you will have to know everything you can about G.O.A.L.S.  Goals, Opportunities, Attitude, Leadership and Lifelong Learning, and Success.

GOAL That would be the Greatest Of All Lifetimes.