Redefine Your Success for 2022

An interactive, FREE, 3 hour event with WILDFIT founder, Eric Edmeades on November 24th, 2021
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November 24th, 2021


10am to 1pm EST

Flip the Switch On Your Goal Setting This New Year

Goal /ɡōl/
plural noun: goals

The object of a person’s ambition or effort; an aim or desired result.

What if the traditional dictionary definition of goal isn’t exactly the definition that’ll help you to really achieve your goals?

What if the traditional idea of goals is what’s actually holding you back from achieving them?

What if you could flip the switch on your goal setting, and make reaching those goals more attainable than ever?

What if you could Redefine Your Success?

What would that look like?

Enjoy the journey to your goal destination, and avoid the disappointment of a destination missed

Embracing a positive psychology outlook when it comes to your goal setting allows you to actually enjoy the journey towards achieving a goal, rather than feeling so attached and pressured that you become incredibly disappointed if a goal goes left unattained.

Consider your quality of life goals: finance, social, identity, creative, experiential, environment, and legacy.

Have you set aside the time to think about, “Hmm, wouldn’t it be nice if…” for each of those categories? To dream big and stretch your mindset on what you believe you can achieve? Because that’s where you unlock your true potential and attain what you previously perceived as the unattainable. Mindset matters.

By focusing on three main areas:

  • The art of proper goal setting
  • The careful crafting of closing the gap
  • Mindful meditation

You’ll begin to see the possibilities of your future in a crystal clear light.


Goals are just a possible destination. The journey is always more important.

Eric Edmeades

If you’re ready to get a head start on your goal setting in 2022, and hit the ground running with a proven technique and thought out method that will give you the knowledge and experience you need to set realistic and attainable goals, then join us at Redefine Your Success on November 24, 2021 — FOR FREE!

That’s right. This information is so valuable for each and every human on their journey through life, no matter the stage, that Eric is giving it away for free.

You’ll take away powerful insights such as:

  • Getting clear on setting keystone area goals
  • Gaining a wider perspective on those keystone areas and their overall impact
  • The process + power of the future journaling exercise
  • An analytic exercise that has you envisioning the possible highs and lows of your life
  • Nailing down possible resistance in your life (physically, mentally, environmentally)
  • How to close the goal gap you’re struggling with
  • Incorporating visualization meditation to unlock your potential
  • Real-time interventions on tackling limiting beliefs, value conflicts, and so much more…

This isn’t a sign to “level up your life”, this is a sign to start looking at your goals in a different light, and finally start achieving what you set out to.

So, are you ready to Redefine Your Success?








Meet Your Mentor



Eric is an internationally recognized keynote speaker, author, and serial entrepreneur. Beyond sharing the stage with thought leaders such as Tony Robbins, Sir Richard Branson and former President Bill Clinton, Eric has devoted himself to creating wildly transformational programs.

Since 2014, Eric and his team have led scores of people from all over the world through his impactful programs. His top performing online course “WILDFIT” has helped transform the lives of over 100,000 people across more than 130 countries and its impact on the world’s population is growing exponentially.

Eric truly is driven by seeing transformations happen in his clients and that has helped him become one of those rare individuals who’s not only the master of his craft, but also a master at teaching it to others.
When it comes to teaching how to create game-changing signature programs, we can confidently say, very few people are more qualified than Eric Edmeades.