On March 8 , most of the nation set clocks ahead for daylight saving time, losing an hour. Entrepreneur Nelson Tressler urged Southern Nevadans to use the change to reflect on their goal setting and seize opportunities while they can, so lost hours don’t become lost years, or worse.
In an interview with newscaster John Treanor on KSNV-TV, Channel 3’s “Weekend Today” program, founder Tressler and founding member Austin Lewis of goal achievement business 6 Months 2 Success described how people can better strive toward targets.
6 Months 2 Success uses a smartphone app, website, and Goal Achievement Program, which first has clients, whom Tressler calls members, complete self-assessment exercises to target achievements and set goals.
Then, members work with Goal Success Partners in Goal Groups in 12-week achievement sprints. In monthly meetings, Goal Group members support one another, gauge progress and keep collectively focused on achievement. A Goal Guide leads and supports members as they advance.
Importantly, 6 Months 2 Success’ website states, success doesn’t end with tentpole achievements; people work toward it constantly, progressing incrementally.
“We don’t necessarily have a knowledge problem when it comes to achieving goals, we have an execution problem,” Tressler said. “6 Months 2 Success helps them do what they need to do.”
Lewis said he pursued three goals using 6 Months 2 Success — better family relationships better financial success and better health and lost 50 pounds in six months.
Tressler said he’s started many businesses, but this one is especially satisfying. He said he practices the program he created, helping himself by setting goals and working toward them.
“There are so many people that are living far below their potential and that could have been me,” he said. “I’ve been able to live this life I just as easily could have forfeited and not even realized it was out there.”
Visit 6months2success.com for details on 6 Months 2 Success’ programs.
Note: Out of an abundance of caution related to the COVID-19 virus, in-person meetings are temporarily suspended.