Robin Noah

We are getting closer to that time of the year when we look to see how well we did with our annual goals. How are you doing? Getting close to attainment?

Let’s look at some of the questions that need answering. I will give you 5 that will help you assess your progress.

  1. Did you make SMART goals?
  2. Did you set goals that motivated you?
  3. Did you frame your goal statement positively?
  4. Did you create an action plan and follow it?
  5. Did you measure success throughout the year?

The key to achieving goals is motivation: When setting goals it is important that they motivate you. They need to be important to you and that there is value in achieving them. If you have little interest in the outcome, or they Over het algemeen worden (nu nog) enkel door de grotere online casino’s , die aangesloten zijn bij de Nederlandse banken, de mogelijkheid aangeboden om met iDeal te betalen. are irrelevant the chances of you putting in the work to make them happen are slim.

Remember that in setting SMART goals Attainable and Relevant are critical steps to the development of the goals. The more clearly defined, the easier it is to attain them.

Setting specific goals is critical: Goals must be clear and well defined. You want to formulate goals that you can accomplish. They need to provide sufficient direction, to show you the way. Ask the important question “Where do I want to end up?”

Goal achievement requires commitment: Set goals that relate to the high priorities in your life. Select those that will make the greatest difference in your life, which have the greater likelihood of success. A high priority goal has a sense of urgency attached leading you to a greater commitment towards attainment.

Set your goals with confidence. Enjoy the satisfaction that comes along with knowing you achieved what you set out to do. You have the power of creating your destiny.

Never lose sight of your goals. Post your goals in visible places to remind yourself every day of what you intend to do. Put them on your walls, desk, computer monitor, or refrigerator as a constant reminder.


Author:  Robin Noah, Executive Coaches of Orange County, www.ECofOC.org