Goal Setting For Success
Some Simple Guidelines for Effective Setting of Goals They say that the best opportunities offered to you in life are the very same opportunities you create. Physics law of inertia states that without a force or action imposed on an object, no motion or movement can take place. The same is true with your life.
Or perhaps, ask yourself: is time for a new career? 2. Outlook or attitude. Is there a part of you, particularly on how you perceive things, that needs to be changed? 3. Financial. Do you have a clear projection as to how much you should be earning in a particular moment in your life? This aspect is closely related with career, so better review and come out with a goal with these two side by side.
Because the teens are basically in the age of confusion, wisdom and practical advice from elders and guardians would really be helpful and insightful. Make sure to point of where to start the goals. The time frame, or the when, of the process should also be suggested. By doing so, the teen would have the clear idea and concept of where he would start to start the achievement of the goals, and when to start acting on it.
The institution can also help in sourcing out finances needed by the group or individuals, for their goal planning. Also, the identification of possible obstacles in achieving goals can be extended into details, which is otherwise difficult to achieve when setting up a goal alone. The collective experience of the institution regarding this process can be a rich source of inspiration and intuition.
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. This "achieving part" completes the goal setting process. What makes achieving goals twice as difficult compared with the goal setting part is that people tend to separate the two.
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.