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Zig Ziglar Setting Goals 1 of 3





The logic is that, your goal, specific as it is, is bound to face some resistance. 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. 

Soul-searching is actually personal goal setting in its infancy. The only problem is that for many people that infant never grow up into maturity. The person involved in soul-searching might dismiss this process as nothing but being sentimental. Without realizing it, the person had just killed the infant, or his chance to flesh-out the course of his purpose driven life. 

Take the time to sit down and list all your goals and aspirations, and craft a chart to see whether you are near or far from any of these goals. For others, career goal setting is no more than a few minutes of talking it out with some friends, or silently thinking about it, albeit melancholy, over a bottle of beer. 

The worksheet can also be proved useful as a "scratch" paper. Of course it is but natural to commit some error in an earlier goal planning session. The benefit of putting down the thinking product is the easiness that it can be corrected, paraphrase, or even revised it on the spot. This "revision" process is also very important. 

Your whole being, all of your senses, should be one in achieving your goal. 2. Be positive. Goals, right from the start, should be positive. 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. 

The athlete, or members of a team should exude not only physical discipline, but also a combination of mental and emotional stability. 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.