Goal Setting Process Made Easy
You are bombarded with more than nine million results when you search for the term “goal setting” and it becomes a tedious job to sift through the whole search. The more you search, higher are the chances that you will get lost into the unnecessary information. The problem for the beginners is that they do not know how to start goal setting process. They easily get confused with so many options available to them. So here is an easiest way to making your life more organized and successful.Do Your Number 10 Thing
A friend of mine always has her grandchildren decide what their #10 thing is when they come to visit her….in other words, what is the most important thing that they each want to do during their visit, the one thing that they can’t go home without doing? She and each grandchild select their #10 thing, and she makes sure they do each item on the list during their visit. So what is YOUR #10 thing this year? Have you done it yet?Importance of Goal Setting
When an athlete prepares for a run, his primary aim is to defeat his competitors and win. A person applying for a job wants to be accepted by the company. A student will burn midnight oil to be successful in the final exams. A person training in gym will try to lose weight in a short period of time. All the examples above have one attribute in common and that is, the goal setting. Everyone is treading in order to achieve those goals that they had set for their lives. The importance of making goals cannot be under estimated because success and achievement both depend upon it.Smart Goal Setting – Action Steps
Mapping out an exact strategy is a very important step in smart goal setting. This one of the fundamental pieces to achieve your goals.How to Make a Task List You Will Actually Act On
A To-Do list that is just a long list of end goals just causes more stress for me, because it does not seem achievable. The goals are vague or seem unattainable, or perhaps the list is overambitious so you have no idea where to begin. With no sense of hope that the list will be completed, you are likely to just give up, abandon the list, and never even get started at getting things done. That has not been a helpful list.