What is Linkagoal.com ?


Linkagoal Ideology

Linkagoal is a revolutionary platform of “Goal Based Social Networking Service”.

Importance of setting goals in life is known to everyone. Various studies and research have proven that few strive to achieve their goals due to lack of resources, guidance and experience. Life is full of desires – a composition of unlimited ambitions. These ambitions can become reality if set as goals. Specifically, goals streamline and structure our lives and allow us to measure our progress. It helps us realize that we are not just standing still, but moving towards our destination.
What is a goal? In simple words “A goal or objective is a projected state of affairs that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve—a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development.” At times People stop at the discovery of their passion, qualities etc because either they do not have resources to pursue their goals or they do not get proper guidance to take their passion forward. There are many people in the world who would like to help/support people to get someone else’s goal accomplished. But they don’t have a mass platform to render their contributions.
This socio-economic imbalance in our society has deprived many talented people from achieving excellence in life. Based on these realities, Linkagoal has identified a need of a goal based social network platform in the world of rapid globalization, where people can create and register their important goals that have potential to improve the quality of their lives by connecting with likeminded people who currently have similar skills/passions and drive to achieve similar goals.
A person is able to achieve a goal by following certain tasks and setting milestones, it doesn’t target any particular age, sex, gender, religion, and group, it aims to link people across the globe through a common passion or an objective.
Linkagoal is focused to establish a Goal based Social Networking Platform that provide a compelling, systematic and organized online environment of setting goals, finding solution through contributions and sharing expertise/experience with other common goal oriented users.
The product covers the parameters to set or monitor all legal/legitimate tasks and milestones to improve life and drives positive energy among the masses.
The ideology behind Linkagoal is a passion of serving all human beings in the world to accomplish their undone/unachieved goals. In other words, Linkagoal’s vision is to assist and support such people who have skills, talent and competency to do something extraordinary in their lives.
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Box Office: ‘Expendables 3′ Fumbles with $16.2 Million, ‘Ninja Turtles’ Tops Charts


The Expendables 3″ looked like a franchise that needs to be put out to pasture after the latest film in the action junkie series debuted to a scrawny $16.2 million this weekend, according to studio estimates.

“Expendables’” lack of muscle allowed “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” to retain the box office crown it wore last weekend. Paramount Pictures’ reboot of the reptile martial artists series grabbed first place on the charts with $28.4 million in its sophomore weekend. That brings its domestic total to $117.6 million.

Another holdover, Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” scored runner-up status. The comicbook adaptation pulled in $24.7 million, driving its total domestic box office to $222.3 million. It looks like it will end up as the summer’s top grossing domestic release, passing “Transformers: Age of Extinction’s” $243.3 million haul.

“Expendables 3’s” opening was a low-point for Sylvester Stallone’s geriatric heroes on a mission pictures. The original film launched »

 

Look Up: On Family and Memory


Amanda Mininger

My brother came to us in an airplane when he was one and I was two. He left Guatemala and traveled in the night sky across jungles and sea with a woman from the agency who soothed him over the noise of the engines. They landed on U.S. soil and he was delivered—small, malnourished, with big round eyes—into the arms of our expectant family.

It’s fitting that his new life with us began at night under the stars, because my brother is Mayan, descended from that proud, ancient civilization who looked upward to the constellations. They followed the movement of the planets and the path of the sun, plotted courses, predicted events, developed a calendar. Makes me wonder: could they have read in a comet’s tail how far away their sons and daughters would end up, or what their fortunes would be?

Almost at once this new child pulled on…

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Why I Still Need My Mom


No Cigarettes, No Bologna

mom_jess_wedding It was 7:00 the morning of Emma’s First Communion, and I already had been up for two hours prepping for the intimate gathering  sacramental bender for 65 people following the ceremony.

My mom arrived earlier in the week, and we had been prepping ever since. We sipped coffee as our eyes scanned the room, our list-making brains doing their thing.

“The succulents don’t look right in that planter – they aren’t raised up enough or something.” I mumbled quietly to myself. Or so I thought.

But in the time it took for me to park Phoebe in front of Frozen, my mother had abandoned her coffee and disappeared. I looked out the kitchen window and there she was, in my backyard wearing her nightgown and robe, gathering bricks from my garage. Sweet Jesus. She’s collecting bricks to raise up the succulents.

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My mom is a fixer, a do-er, a…

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What a Headache Taught Me About Procrastination


JAG GYM Blog

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My head is throbbing.

My neck hurts.

My eyes are sensitive to light.

My shoulders are tight.

Yes, I am suffering from the common malady: a headache.

It’s not my first rodeo. In fact, I know exactly what I can do to help it go away. And they are all pretty simple to do:

  1. take two Excedrin.
  2. drink a bunch of water
  3. have a snack, preferably with protein
  4. sniff some peppermint oil (trust me, it works)

And, presto, within a half an hour I will feel considerably better.

Yet for the past two hours or so (since the headache started) I have done none of these things.

What I have done is felt sorry for myself. Oh and I also complained to my 15 year-old daughter. I texted my best friend to tell her about it.

Then I felt sorry for myself a little longer. And then I remembered I…

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