Goal Setting

Happy 2014!  I like a lot of people take a look at goals I set the prior year and how accountable I was to making them.  Those that did not get accomplisehd are they still relevant for this year and if so I add them to my list of goals for 2014. 

A lot of research shows that people who write out their goals have more success.  So I encourage you to take some time to think about what you want to accomplish and then write them down.  I use a format of breaking out goals into Personal, Family, Professional and Life Goals.   Another best practice is to make the goal specific and measurable and put a due date on it.  Then you can take your goal and break it into little pieces that are more manageable – say monthly and then further into weekly or daily activities.  Next review your progress with your goals frequently – maybe weekly or at least monthly.  I encouraged staff to put up the professional goals we developed with them by their desks so they can keep those on their minds.

When you come up with a concrete vision of what you want, take action to make them happen and measure against results you are on your way to living with intention. 

I hope you achieve all you want in 2014!

Published on January 14, 2014 in Uncategorized

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