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    • PERSONAL GOAL SETTING
    • WHAT IS GOAL SETTING ?  Goal setting is a process for thinking about your ideal future and for motivating yourself to turn this vision of the future into reality.  The process of goal setting will help you where you want to go in life.  Properly set goals can be incredibly motivating and as you get into the habit of setting and achieving goals ,you will find your self confidence builds fast.
    • ACHIEVING MORE WITH FOCUS  Goal setting techniques are used by top level athletes, successful business people and achievers in all fields  By setting sharp, clearly defined goals ,you can measure and take pride in the achievement of those goals
    • WHY GOAL SETTING WORKS  Texas oil billionaire H.L. Hunt once said that there are only two ingredients necessary for success.  The first is that you have to decide exactly what it is that you want.  The second ingredient is to determine the price you have to pay to get what you want.
    • STARTING TO SET PERSONAL GOALS  Goals are set on different levels  First create your big picture of what you want to do with your life and decide what large scale goals you want to achieve.  Second break these goals into smaller and smaller targets.
    • CHOOSING YOUR PERSONAL GOALS  The first step in setting personal goals is to consider what you want to achieve in your lifetime (or by a time at least, say, 10 years in the future)  One convenient way of creating your list of goals is to fill in the blanks under the following categories * What you want to BE * What you want to DO * What you want to HAVE * What you want to GIVE * What you Don't want to BE, DO, HAVE, and GIVE
    • To give a broad coverage of all important areas in your life, try to set goals in all of the following categories:  Attitude  Career  Education  Family  Financial  Physical  Pleasure  Public service
    • DEVELOP THE PLAN There is a very simple five step process that you can go through to set any goal whether personal or professional. To be effective, the goal you choose must include all five of the following steps * Identify your goal by writing it down * Set a deadline for the achievement. * List the obstacles to overcome in accomplishing your goal. * List the skills and knowledge required to reach your goal. What do you need to know? * Develop a plan of action to reach your goal.
    • STAYING ON TRACK  Once you have decided your first goal plans, keep the process going by reviewing and updating your to-do list on a daily basis  Constantly Evaluate Your Progress  Never Lose Sight of Your Goal  Don’t Procrastinate Remember the motto, “The road to Someday, leads to the town of Nowhere”. Someday is today!  Finally, you ought to have your key goals in front of you on a regular basis
    • ACHIEVING GOALS With the experience of having achieved this goal, review the rest of your goal plans:  If you achieved the goal too easily, make your next goals harder.  If the goal took a dispiriting length of time to achieve, make the next goals a little easier.  If you learned something that would lead you to change other goals, do so.  If you noticed a deficit in your skills despite achieving the goal, decide whether to set goals to fix this.
    • SMART Goals: A useful way of making goals more powerful is to use the SMART mnemonic. While there are plenty of variants, SMART usually stands for: S Specific M Measurable A Attainable R Relevant T Time-bound
    • Thank You!! 