Thousand Oaks, CA (PressExposure) July 05, 2011 -- The social networking site Goals Gone Social has added a new motivational feature to its host goal management suite. On Tuesday June 28th, the "Goals by Example" campaign was launched which depicts how real users utilize the site to manage and achieve their goals.
The first installment of the how-to video campaign features a realtor, and Goals Gone Social member, depicting how she uses the goal management software in her business. In the five-minute video, she quickly illustrates how she uses the site to set and manage one of her goals serving as an example for users who aren't familiar with goal management software.
"Like many small business operations being self-driven is crucial. In this video focused on the needs of a professional realtor, 'Goals by Example' shows just how practical the site really is for small business owners, entrepreneurs, and everyday life," said Alisia Bonnell, a spokesperson for Goals Gone Social. "Plus, it's another opportunity for our users to inspire each other, which is one thing we strive to provide every day."
To visit the site, which is free to join, go to GoalsGoneSocial.com.
About Umagine, LLC:
Umagine's mission is to enable and promote success through mutual help. David Fealkoff, Umagine's founder and high tech veteran, created GoalsGoneSocial dot-com as a place where socializing is an integral part of finding, planning and achieving your goals. The premise of Goals Gone Socialis that "Goals are more likely achieved when the person setting them receives encouragement or support from and is accountable to others." On the website, you'll find news, resources, goal planning and personal journal software as well as other users who may have similar, compelling, or unique and interesting goals.
For more information, contact David Fealkoff at (805)551-6844 or GoalsGoneSocial@gmail.com.
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