Goal Setting For Success



Jim Rohn - How to Plan For a Successful Future (Goal Setting)





Being indecisive is frustrating and feeding this habit will only be futile to your quest of searching for career goal answers. The more detailed you are with your plans, the better. Instead of writing down "Own a car in two years", you will find that writing "Buy a Silver Ford Escape by September 2008" is more helpful. 

It's not there to be put on display or to remind yourself that once upon a time, you were sensible enough to create a goal for yourself. And don't try to convince yourself that there are goals that are really meant to be written and nothing more; there is no such thing. Goals are meant to be achieved. 

When you have your goals already set, or even if you are still in the arduous and continuous process of achieving these goals, knowing your priorities and adhering to attaining them would likely help you somehow get orderly amid the long and winding goal-achieving process. Set performance goals instead of outcome goals. 

Something you can actually experience and proudly present to everyone. You wouldn't want a shutdown of your own business, would you? 3. Put it into writing. Decide where you company should be for the next year. Effective business goal setting needs to be detailed and put into writing. This will give you a concrete basis for further review in the future. 

But in all of these, there is a singular tie that binds all of these elements. What is the goal of the Creator in creating the world? Is it a finished or an on-going goal? What was the original goal of Charles Darwin in setting forth the evolution theory? And Dan Brown, setting aside his writing talents, what was his real goal in coming out with such a book? 

By knowing oneself better, and humbly admitting shortcomings and realizing talents and skills, one can estimate his or her own capability or capacity, which, in the long run, would be helpful in other and various aspects of life. Another, goal setting would give you something to measure your progress and would facilitate in evaluating whether you are close or are far from getting or achieving your ultimate target.