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Goal Setting by Sri Gampa Nageshwer Rao at Khammam IMPACT 2014





The process of personal goal setting in itself is powerful enough that if you're going through with the process you might think that your life's meaning or purpose had been found. But it is not. The euphoria is only a result of your self finally realizing that you're on the right track. For some, the process itself is motivating. 

From this, it is easy to remember that what we are talking about is something that has quantity, or something that can be counted on. Twenty thousand dollars will be needed for the printing of this company annual report is more helpful than just saying several thousand will be needed . The third aspect of a smart goal setting has something to do with dreams. 

This in turn will enrich you during the journey. You can use all the information you get along the way to assess and re-assess your career, and review, from time to time, your earlier career goal, and make improvements, revisions, or additions, as needed. The abovementioned guidelines should suffice, but there is something more that would help you more in your career goal setting plan: You must learn to love yourself. 

This will help you in motivating more of yourself into achieving what you have decreed for your self earlier. Achieving your goals Setting up goals will never mean an iota if there is no effort on your part to achieve it. It's not there to be put on display or to remind yourself that once upon a time, you were sensible enough to create a goal for yourself. 

It will also save you from having to grope your mind for the ideas you came up with during one 'eureka' moment. 4. Use active words. Active words are not only for writers; they should also work perfectly with your business goal. Do not use passive words and passive sentences because these will give you the feeling of indirect responsibility. 

It's common to see "tips" in almost everything to be set in two folds: the do's, and the don'ts. You wont need the don'ts. It will only confuse your goal and is in violation of the first principle. 3. Prioritize. If you're up to something bigger, and even a simple one, chances are that you must come up with a list of several goals.