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Jotting down some goals can help you face the millennium more confidently. Studies show that only 2% of the population has written goals. Interestingly, those are the ones who achieve success. Check out "What Are Your Goals: Powerful Questions to Discover What You Want Out of Life," by Gary Ryan Blair (Blair Publishing House; $14.95; (800) 774-5628).

This workbook guides you through 365 pointed questions to help make goals materialize. A helpful freebie: "Personal Goal Planner: Your Monthly Companion," a pocket-sized booklet to fuel your goal-setting efforts. E-mail freeoffer@goalsguy.com.

Writer: Kimberly Stanséll is a Los Angeles-based businesswoman and author of "Bootstrapper’s Success Secrets: 151 Tactics for Building Your Business on a Shoestring Budget," Career Press.

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