Goal Setting For Success



Funny Motivational Speaker Billy Riggs talks about Goal Setting





Do say: My company will capture this particular market by the middle of next year , and not: This particular market will be captured by my company by the middle of next year . Breathe action into your words to give life to your business goal. 5. Come up with smaller goals to complement your biggest one. 

Make sure these goals are put up in a simplified and easily comprehensible manner that the team as w hole would not ever forget especially during the ardent, tedious and hard practice sessions, when patience is utmost needed and required from each team member. Overall, when setting sports goals for the team, make sure to inspire each members to have sheer and firm determination. 

Goals must be specific and measurable. They are to be made specific in a sense that particular targets and aims are set. Measurable, when they can recorded and compared to previous performance and records. By that, goals are becoming more effective when looking out at progress and developments in sports trainings and practices. 

Suddenly at loss what to do with your life, you often ask how to put some direction to it. Or perhaps, all of sudden, you're questioning the very purpose of your life. When this happens, it might be because you failed to set a personal goal for your general guidance. Without a clear-cut personal goal, you will feel adrift in an endless sea, undecided on what to do with your talents and other gifts. 

Moreover, in this time where there are lots of stimuli or disturbances in people's concentrations, it is very easy to get lost even in the jungle of their own thoughts -- even during their planning exercises. And this doesn't include the familiar adage of "making your goal planning more effective". 

But before going to the process of setting-up goals, you must have one general goal that encompasses all the other goals. In fact the other and smaller goals should work in the service of this large goal of yours. 1. Career. What aspect of your career do you think needs an improvement? Or perhaps, ask yourself: is time for a new career?