7 Signs You Need a Goal

Approximately only 3% of the population have goals that are specific, written down, and being put into practice. Is it a coincidence that only 3% of the population are wealthy? It is certainly something to ponder anyways. Are you among that 3% that has clear written out goals that you are putting into practice? Or do you feel that you do not need goals? You do not need goals if you are content with not moving further and you like life just the way it is. If you feel the need to improve in life, but are still not sure if you necessarily need goals, keep reading….. 7 signs You Need A Goal 1.You are over 30 and still don’t know what you want to be when you grow up, but know you want to do something fantastic 2.You feel like you are not content in life and that there is more to explore 3.You feel like you are living in the movie Groundhog Day and every single day seems the same 4.You experience brain fog on a regular basis 5.You experience boredom continuously 6.Life seems to be presenting you with numerous challenges and it doesn’t seem to stop 7.You are unhappy and do not know why If you feel any of these above, it is possible that you need a goal to remedy it. The first step to creating a goal is identifying a problem that will be improved and then you can create goals based on that problem. Ask yourself how your life would look if this problem was gone and this will give you some motivation...

How to Get Things Done Fast

Despite the fact that you work hard enough, I hope you’ve seen people who are twice successful than you without them doing so much? And many times, you’ve also seen instances when someone is in possession of three times your achievement while being very young? They have enough time to spend, they don’t work out their selves, they hang out more than you do but yet successful. How did they manage to do that? How did they manage to get things done that fast? How to Get Things Done Fast Getting things done fast is completely free and totally simple, it’s nothing more than knowing what your goals is and walking in that direction. People who manage to get things done fast are those who know the right time for almost everything they do. When it’s time to work, they concentrate, they don’t answer calls or check their mails during working hours and when it’s time for pleasure, they equally know how to do that as well. Getting things done fast boils down to having a goal in mind. When you set a serious goal for yourself, you will tend to see every minutes of your time very necessary. In one of my articles, ‘how to make use of your time’, I explained how people who achieve their goals in life are those who managed to make use of their time and the same thing happens with getting things done fast. Schedule your time for everything In order to achieve your goal fast, you must schedule yourself, keep time to work on your plans and time for rest and...

How to Achieve Targets?

Every other day we start reading a self-help book and think that finally! ” Yes finally here is a book that has solutions to all my problems”. You start reading the book with new zest and enthusiasm .Some suggestions in book are something which you can do immediately and you feel happy. But as you progress, difficult things like sticking to your time table, disciplined schedule and blah blah blah start coming. You suddenly start feeling ” this is not for me” and you go in search of a yet another self-helf book. All in all what you become is a knowledgeable person on self improvement and self-help books ( But off course the one who can’t help oneself) Dear friends let me assure you that there is no substitute for hard work. Off course it can be replaced by SMART work, But work you must. There is no shortcut to accomplish your task that doesn’t go through the road of hard work. To make you work in shortest time here are the five simple steps that if followed word to word will lead to accomplishing the task in the most quickest time. 1) Specify the target :- This means specify the work required to be done to the last details. Many times it happens that we do a lot of work regarding achieving a middle of particular tolerance (control limit) when in actual what was required was just adherence to the tolerance. So better know the purpose of the target. 2) Time plan:- Nothing can be achieved without actual time plan. So have a time plan with actual...
Greater Success with Effective Goal Setting

Greater Success with Effective Goal Setting

It’s relatively easy to set your goals, even if you have never done it or not done it much before.  You start by breaking down a broad mission a dream into workable smaller parts.  You begin by writing down your broad mission and dream goals so you can create goals today that will put you on the path of achieving these long-range goals.  Put a specific date by each goal that represents when you would like to have it achieved.  The more short-term goals you create, the better, because it will fill you with more confidence as you achieve them on your road to even greater success.  Keep in mind that just writing all your professional and personal goals out on paper is not exactly a great accomplishment, in itself.  True, by thinking your plan through this far you have already done more than the average dreamer out there.  Thinking is not exactly doing though, is it?  What really matters, and what will make you ultimately successful in life, is taking action. This is why it’s important to write down your goals with specific target dates for completion.  When you do this, it will help you actually accomplish your goals.  When you accomplish your short-term goals you know that you are on the path to achieving your long-range goals.  How would you feel to know this?  How would it feel to know that you are more consistently achieving your goals? Let’s say you want to open a new office in another part of town.  You will want to put the exact date (month, day and year) you would like...

Three Keys To Achieve Short Term Goals

Many people have set a goal in their life that they are focused on achieving. The most industrious of them will have gone one step further: they have set short term goals, steps that will successfully carry them toward their long term goal. Short term goals are necessary to realize a final objective, as they serve to take small, easily digestible bites of the pie of life rather than swallowing the entire pie at once and choking. While having short term goals is a necessary step, it is just as essential to realize that achieving those short term goals requires a lot of work, as well. There are three key elements to practice that will help to reach those important small steps. 1. Keep short term goals achievable. Short term goals should be small steps that, one by one, will eventually lead to the top….your long term goal. They should be small enough to be attainable, while large enough to make an impact. These steps are meant to be motivating and encouraging, as each step that is accomplished will be a battle won. Make a list of the short term goals you have set, and review them daily. That review will keep you motivated and on track, and keep you continually aware of your progress. 2. Reward yourself for small victories. As each short term goal is met, reward yourself appropriately. After all, meeting a goal counts as a victory, and is meant to be celebrated. Only you can decide on a reward that fits the occasion, but remember that if your long term goal is losing fifty pounds,...

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