Settling Goals Right Part 3: Resources
To date we’ve talked about how to define your goal with a due date and how to figure out your action plan. Armed with these things, you can now kick off and start working toward achieving the outcomes that you’re looking for. So I hope you have followed along with the the previous two parts and have started putting your action plan into action.
Happy new year...but beware!
2015 has finished and 2016 has rolled on in. At this time of year, the New Years resolutions start to come to mind. Many people even go a step further and cement in some new goals. This is good. At this time of year, many of us have a little more time on our hands for reflection and introspection. If you don’t already know what your goals are for the next 12 months and what you’re going to do to move toward them, it is essential that you do this as soon as possible.
Setting Goals Right – Part Two: Developing Your Action Plan
Today, we come to the second part of setting a strong goal. If you read part one, you know that in order to achieve a particular goal, you have to be very clear and specific on what it is. You also know that you need to set yourself a deadline in order to hold yourself accountable to actually taking action.
Why Goal Setting Works
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Setting Goals Right – Part One: What and When
Thank you to those who shared my first post on Facebook and gave me feedback and positive comments. I'm really grateful for the response. I've got lots of things I want to talk about. What I plan to do over the next few weeks is post two or three times a week on two different tracks. I'm going to call the first track (of which this post is the first) Setting Goals Right. On this track, I want to talk about the fundamentals of setting goals. This will be old-hat for some of you and brand new for others.
Why Should Goal Setting Become a Part of Your Life?
It’s a cornerstone of modern success philosophy. In fact, it has been present in some way, shape or form for centuries. So why is goal setting important to your success?