How to Set Powerful Goals You Can Achieve
In order to set powerful goals that are achievable, take some time to research the dreams you have to find out if they’re even doable. You do want to challenge yourself some but you don’t want to make the goals so hard that you experience only failure. To ensure maximum success, make sure that your goals meet the following criteria.Reaching Success With Smart Goals
When making goals, it’s important to learn about the acronym S.M.A.R.T. It can help you make better goals. Each letter stands for a different area of the goal. If you create a smart goal, you have created a goal that is Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Reasonable, and Timely. Using SMART goals can set you up for success in your goal setting.Dr. Deming and Never Ending Improvement!
Have you identified an area you want to improve in? Find an area you want to improve in and then assess everything there that you can assess. Then make tiny improvement every single day and you too will live in a high achieving world of quality like Dr. Deming helped create in Japan after WWII.The “New” New Year’s Resolution
In my opinion, New Year’s resolutions are largely pointless. So much so, I have abstained from making any promises or proclamations at the end of December for the past few years. I have my reasons for taking such a hard stance. I usually over commit, set a bunch of lofty goals, and give up by the second week in January. This is counterproductive and a waste of time. However, this year is different. I have dedicated 2015 to building my corporate and personal brands. My singular goal is to build credibility and bulldoze my way into the realm of authority figures.New Year Resolutions – Why Don’t We Just Do Them Already?!
Although it is difficult, frustrating, and often painful to try to break old habits and create new ones, what it comes down to is finally becoming so tired of NOT achieving a particular goal that the pain of not doing what we need to do is greater than the pain of actually doing it. Here are some tips on actually getting it done.