CashVille Kidz Episode 11: Goal & Goal Setting
When setting a fitness goal program, you should carefully set a time frame, or the period you intend or expect to see the significant changes or desired outcome of your effort. Doing so would certainly be like doing the activities in an organized manner. By so doing, you are setting a gauge or a measurement scheme to monitor your progress and development in carrying out the task.
The resistance can come in the form of some people who will be affected by your performance goal, or other entity. This is not to say, however, that your goal is something wicked, but it is only an acknowledgement that other people have also their own goals. These conflicting interests can be beneficial in many cases.
Otherwise, the efforts to achieve the set of goals would be futile and inutile despite a good and strong set of motivation and determination. Overall, motivation should, at the same time with goals, get athletes going with greater and more significant focus. Otherwise, measures and actions should be done, or goals reset, to help the athlete attain the much needed concentration.
By being open about the idea, you are made open minded and receptive to the various and possible causes of pending failures. Thus, when such comes, you would come prepared for it and accept it more flexibly. Thinking about potential failure would also enable you to do better and conduct measures to actually prevent it from coming your way.
Time would only be wasted on thinking and devising ways to achieve company goals that would, in the first place, be impossible to achieve. Realistic Employee goals should also be made realistic by infusing concept of practicality, achievability and possibility. Just like how employee goals are made achievable, they should also be made realistic so the attainable ends would be realized by the completion or realization of the employee goal.
After all, what you are about to set is a career goal that either will spell disaster to your life, or will bring endless blessings. Here are some suggestions on how you should go about it. 1. Be clear on what you want to be. There s nothing more annoying than a person trying to tell you something, yet you can t understand what he's talking about.