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Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Beth Densmore 
 Article Title :: Four Steps to Goal Setting
When setting goals it is important to know if the goal is realistically attainable. Time is precious; you don’t want to waste it moving toward a goal that you will never be able to realize. So, how can you quickly evaluate the attainability of your goal? Ask your-self these four questions:Do I have the Desire to realize this goal? Do I have the Ability to realize this goal? Do I have the Resources to realize this goal? Do I have the power to Execute this goal?D DESIRE: In order to reach a goal you must have the desire to do so. Desire comes from deep within you and is never imposed upon you. You may have a project or assignment that is imposed upon you,  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Hill 
 Article Title :: The Importance Of Having A Goal In Life
At the age of twenty two, I read a book that described the importance of having a goal in life. In the books example, a survey had been carried out at a school. Students who had just taken their GCSE'S were asked to answer various questions, one of which asked, "Where would you like to be in five years time?"If you had asked me that question, when I was sixteen, I would have had to put down, that I had no idea, as it was not something I had ever had thought about.The people who carried out the survey reported that only five out of one hundred answers were accepted as having a goal. Five years later, the students were tracked down and the five people who had had a goal, when   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Sanjiv Sahay 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting for Happiness
Goals are the key to achieving anything in life and so it is with achieving happiness. Happiness comes from a steady progress towards meaningful goals which are highly desirable to the individual. Overall goals need to be broken up into specific goals for each aspect of your life e.g. health, career, relationships etc. Goals must be realistic and achievable, but at the same time they should be attractive enough to excite you and make you enthusiastic about achieving them. The key to understanding your real goals is to ask yourself these three questions. • What would I want to do if I had only six months to live? • What would I want to have or do if an an  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 Article Title :: Making The Goal-Setting Process a Partnership
MAKING GOALS: Effective and motivational goals engage employees in work they can realistically perform and complete, and which has been shown to be relevant both to the organization and to the employees’ interests.MAKE THE GOAL-SETTING PROCESS A PARTNERSHIP: There are four kinds of goals you and your employees should discuss and develop together: 1. Routine. This is an extension of what people are already doing. “Last year you produced 20,000 units; this year, you’ll turn out 22,000." “Last period you trained 150 people. This time you’ll train 180.” “You’ve been making 15 new business calls per week. You’ll up that to 18.” There’s some challenge, of course, to  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Althea DeBrule 
 Article Title :: Increase Your Knowledge: Read-and-Reap
Did you know that you see with your mind as well as your eyes? The mind stores memories and highlights of past experiences as well as color intensity, hue and a variety of other details. How you see (your eyesight) and how the brain makes sense of what you see is at the heart of a total visual experience.On Being Eye-Minded…Human beings are eye-minded. This means that in our waking lives we are likely to think, imagine and remember in terms of what we see. Just think about that! Scientists report that being able to read as well as reading on a regular basis: Promotes brain cell production.Increases your ability to move towa  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jason Johns 
 Article Title :: Where has All the Time Gone?
We live in a busy society. We may have demanding jobs, children, families and many other “important” things that hoover up all of our time, and before we know it, Christmas is looming once more and we’re muttering about another year just passing us by.How many times do you say, “I’ll read that book later when I have more time” or “I’ll finish listening to that audio program when I have more time” or something very similar?You may want to create the life of your dreams, but it just seems so very difficult with so many other things that just have to be dealt with. You may not have the time to spend an hour a day meditating and an hour a day working on your pe  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Mike Shannon 
 Article Title :: What's the Next Action Step?
Nothing gets done unless an action is completed. Everything we do is an action step. Of course some are so routine they don't really need to be written down or remembered. They are simply habit or ingrained in our daily lives. Wake up. Go to the bathroom. Say your prayers. Read the sports section of the newspaper. Take a shower. Brush your teeth. Get dressed. Drive to work. Do you have these tasks written down in your planner? Of course not. But they are still action tasks. You don't get cleaned until you wash up. You don't know how the Phillies did last night until you read the sports section.The trick to moving forward and accomplishing goals, dreams and completing  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Lynn Bradley 
 Article Title :: Is it Focus or Tunnel Vision?
To achieve success you must narrow your vision on your plan. The question you should consider, is it focus or tunnel vision?The former refers to bringing into focus, to adjust the focus of (as the eye or a lens), to concentrate attention or effort on the most urgent problemsTunnel vision is constriction of the visual field resulting in loss of peripheral vision, like looking down a tunnel, unaware of what is going on around you. The expression "tunnel vision" may also be used as a metaphor for narrow-mindedness or to describe researchers or investigators (such as entrepreneurs) who pursue an investigation with their conclusion already decided and proceed by only accepting e  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Graham Harris 
 Article Title :: Why, When You Set Goals, Do You Fail to Reach Them?
Why is it when you set goals for yourself most of them are not realised?How is it that intelligent people, who take time out to refocus and decide what they want to do with the rest of their life, don’t follow through?How is that friendly outgoing people who makes friends easily and are really good fun to be with find it difficult to keep to their own goals?How is it that people who hold down difficult and stressful jobs find it difficult to break habits that cause them so much physical, psychological and social discomfort?How is it that even though you buy numerous self help books. Even though you understand all the facts and issues you still can’t stick t  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting: 5 Simple Steps
One of the things that frustrated me while in school was that most of the psychology books specialized in complicating things. It's the same with many self-help books as well. I always wondered why relationships, change and meeting goals couldn't be made much more simple.To that end, here are five simple steps to making goals attainable:Write it downWe all carry around in our heads great ideas, intentions and goals. The problem is that is where they often remain - floating around in our heads, taking up space and never being acted upon, much less realized. If you really do want something to happen, write it down. In fact, the simple yet powerful act of writing down yo  (read full article)
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