Goal Setting - 10 Simple Steps to Achieve your Goals!
The coach or team leader is tasked with the most ardent role of providing motivation and mental and physical conditioning to the members of the team. Be it a basketball, hockey, baseball or whatever type of sports it may be, the team members should be really given the proper and appropriate mental, emotional and physical conditioning and support they so dearly need.
The smaller goal will help you achieve the ultimate goal of your business, by providing the step by step actions leading to the ultimate plan. By doing this, you will also see more clearly the initial errors inherent with an imperfect plan. In the process, you will know what actions are effective and what are not.
Everything else being equal, an effective goal setting strategy will spell the difference. But how to do it? 1. Be clear. If you want a clear and tangible result, then set a clear and tangible goal. When people around you are sometimes confused of what you're up to, what makes you think that what you really want is clear to you, even without a clear goal.
In fact the other and smaller goals should work in the service of this large goal of yours. 1. Career. What aspect of your career do you think needs an improvement? Or perhaps, ask yourself: is time for a new career? 2. Outlook or attitude. Is there a part of you, particularly on how you perceive things, that needs to be changed?
That is why one importance of goal setting is that it provides a venue for one to know himself or herself better. By knowing oneself better, and humbly admitting shortcomings and realizing talents and skills, one can estimate his or her own capability or capacity, which, in the long run, would be helpful in other and various aspects of life.
Say, for example, you have decided to prioritize your personal growth and you have set a goal for this. What you will need is a procedure in which you can monitor each step of the goal so as to make the necessary revisions. And since goal setting is never done to isolate yourself from the rest, make it a habit to surround yourself with people that share your vision.