Goal Setting For Success



GOAL SETTING BY GAMPA NAGESHWER RAO at IMPACT 2011 RK MUTT HYD





If, for example, a person is entrusted to carry out a particular job for the whole company, that person should be named, not only the department she or he represents. The letter M in smart goal setting can mean MEASURABLE. If you re specific with your objectives, it follows then that you need to be concrete. 

Buying financial magazines and books or attending crash courses and seminars would sometimes make up for costly investments, but for sure they would definitely be worth it. Every now and then, devise measures and techniques on how you could evaluate your progress when it comes to the achievement and efforts in achieving your set financial goals. 

For others, career goal setting is no more than a few minutes of talking it out with some friends, or silently thinking about it, albeit melancholy, over a bottle of beer. But the best way of setting your career goal is during your most rational periods. After all, what you are about to set is a career goal that either will spell disaster to your life, or will bring endless blessings. 

There is no sense setting out goals that are practically and logically unachievable. Even if the effort is raised 100 times, 1,000 times or 1 million times, if the they are really unachievable, nothing will do to make the athletes realize them. Short term goals are far better motivation tools than long term, but they can be used to eventually lead to longer-term goals and targets. 

Outcome goals are not like that, and sometimes are depending on sheer luck and fate, which sometimes you could not do nothing about but just wait and see. Make sure you do something to achieve your life goals, not just merely wait and see what unfolds. Be determined. Sometimes, there are goals that you fail to achieve. 

Doing so would enable you to carry out tasks that need to be carried out first than the others. It would be impossible for anyone to set priorities without first setting goals. Priorities are things that should be given primary and foremost focus and attention. The same goes for goals. Priorities and goals are almost the same in a way that both are the ultimate targets and aims of each individual.