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Categories :: Self Improvement : Goal Setting Articles


Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: Post Your Goals Where You Can See Them
One simple tip for staying on track towards your goals is to write your weekly goals on a marker board in your office. This isn’t a to do list. It’s a list of the important items you expect to have accomplished by the end of the week. On the left side I write my primary goals for the week (maximum of 3), and on the right side I list my secondary goals (this week I have 9 of those). I setup my primary goals such that achieving even one of them is better than achieving all the secondary goals combined.Whenever you achieve one of your weekly goals, just draw a line through it. Don’t erase anything. Then at the end of the week, your marker board contains your accountability recor  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: Integrity in the Moment of Choice
Whenever you make a new commitment to yourself, such as to begin a new exercise program, you will undoubtedly be challenged. A large part of life lies outside your direct control, and one of those external influences will eventually impact you and press you to abandon your original plan at least temporarily.It’s often unwarranted to abandon a plan prematurely in the face of a minor setback. But to say that you should always follow your original plan no matter what is to ignore the unpredictability of reality.In such situations you must exercise integrity in the moment of choice. You cannot simply put your plan on autopilot and assume the intervention of your intellect will  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: Dynamic Planning
One part of David Allen’s Getting Things Done system I’ve discarded was the idea of sorting next actions by physical context bins, such as phone calls, paper work, computer work, etc. Maybe that makes sense if you travel 200 days a year or work in a high-interruption environment where you can’t concentrate for more than 30 minutes at a time, but given that I work in a home office with virtually all of these contexts within easy reach, I find it worsens my productivity to sort actions by physical context. I get good mileage out of batching errands where I must physically go out, so I do maintain a separate errands list, but otherwise I’ve dumped this part of GTD.The problem   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: End Goals vs. Means Goals
A common goal-setting mistake (in my opinion) is to confuse end goals with means goals. End goals define outcomes where you’re unwilling to compromise — they describe exactly what you want. Means goals, on the other hand, define one of many paths to reach your end goals.Here’s a simple example:Let’s say you want to see your favorite music group perform live in concert. That’s an end goal — it defines your outcome. You want to be there in person and enjoy that particular experience. It’s not a stepping stone to anything greater, and no substitute experience would produce the same result.Now suppose a radio station is having a contest where the prize is tw  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: Where Do Goals Come From?
What gives rise to your goals? What determines whether you even set goals at all?I believe the answer is your context. Your context is your collection of beliefs about reality. It’s the soil in which your thoughts grow.For example, if you have very materialistic goals and have become skilled at achieving them, then you probably have a very materialistic context. Your beliefs about reality are rooted in materialism.This is just common sense, right? You will tend to take actions that seem reasonable to you. And the question of reasonableness is answered by your context. What is reasonable to you depends on how you happen to view reality.You don’t actually mak  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Steve Pavlina 
 Article Title :: Cause-Effect vs. Intention-Manifestation
One of the key models for goal achievement is that of cause and effect. This model says that your goal is an effect to be achieved, and your task is to identify and then create the cause that will produce the desired effect, thereby achieving your goal.Sounds simple enough, right?However, the main problem with this model is that nearly everyone seriously misunderstands it. And that misunderstanding comes from not knowing what a “cause” really is.You might assume that the cause of an effect would be a series of physical and mental actions leading up to that effect. Action-reaction. If your goal is to make dinner, then you might think the cause would be the series o  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Anandrahi JS 
 Article Title :: Make an Action Plan to Achieve Your Goals
To dream is the first step to create a successful career. First you dream, then you build with confidence. Dreams are like seeds. Even after sowing them you need to nurture them for a long time so that they may bear the fruit of success. Many persons fail to achieve their goals because they sow the seed but don't have any action plan to help the seed grow into a big tree of successful career. Never forget that action is the key to the door of fortune.1. Set Realistic GoalsWrite your goals in your personal diary (you can also create a personal file in a computer) or on a small card. Chief goals of your life should not be more than two or three. If it is only one than it w  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Rodney Muhammad 
 Article Title :: From Goal Setting to Giving
Many if not everyone reading this has heard or read of the value of “Goal-Setting”. Goal setting has once again made its way to the forefront of most motivational speakers’ lectures and tape series as well as become the “hot” catchword of many books recently published. The success ratios are staggering for those that have set goals. And along with goal-setting and “stick-to-it-ive-ness” the world has seen and is seeing many “giants”. However there is a not too often spoken of “success ingredient” that we must include in the baking our “wealth-cake” and that is the GIVING principle.Many of you have heard that “in order to get you must g  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Thea Westra 
 Article Title :: What Do You Say This Year Will Be About?
“These days the business world is knee deep in beautifully crafted mission statements. A finely polished declaration of a corporation's principles is nice, but it's service rather than sonorous prose that generates repeat business. So if you feel compelled to write your own mission statement, remember these points: keep it to two or three do-able standards, and work like hell to put each one of them into practice every day.” (Unknown)“Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.” (Japanese Proverb)“As you emphasize your life, you must localize and define it; you cannot do everything.” (Phillips Brooks)I cannot stress enough th  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Thea Westra 
 Article Title :: Clarity
Before you begin a thing, remind yourself that difficulties and delays quite impossible to foresee are ahead. You can only see one thing clearly and that is your goal. Form a mental vision of that and cling to it through thick and thin. (Kathleen Norris)If we are ever in doubt about what to do, it is a good rule to ask ourselves what we shall wish on the morrow that we had done. (John Lubbock)The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don't define them, or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them. (Denis Waitley)  (read full article)
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