Goal Setting



If you want to achieve your goals, don't focus on them: Reggie Rivers at TEDxCrestmoorParkED





Everything else being equal, an effective goal setting strategy will spell the difference. But how to do it? 1. Be clear. If you want a clear and tangible result, then set a clear and tangible goal. When people around you are sometimes confused of what you're up to, what makes you think that what you really want is clear to you, even without a clear goal. 

What the above statement means is that what you want and what you need is a business plan that is clear from the onset, in order for the internal factors of your business to run smoothly. 2. Come up with a goal that is doable and result oriented. Remember the businesses right across your office and the one at your back? 

In a goal setting worksheet, the long-term and short-term aspect of the goal is easily recognized. From this, necessary changes are easily committed to. Even minute detail aspect of the goal planning is easily seen, giving the user an almost undivided concentration as the target information is spotted with a small amount of effort. 

This aspect is closely related with career, so better review and come out with a goal with these two side by side. 4. Potential development. Perhaps some of your talents and skills need an improvement, or are maybe already clamoring for an improvement. Life, after all, is discovering your potential and developing it in the process. 

To effectively set goals for a sports team, it is imperative that the team coach assist the members and make sure they come up with a collective goal or target, that is, for the advancement and victory of the team. Any sports would require competitiveness and extreme discipline, that is why it is natural that every sports team aim for the top spot. 

Determine the things or activities that need to be done or carried out in order to attain priorities and goals. By doing so, you would inevitably consider and think about the time frame needed to perform the tasks. When arranging your schedule, make sure that the set of activities related to attaining the goals would not conflict with any other important appointments or activities.