Goal achieving


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Goal achieving

  1. 1. Achieving Goals Why Should You Achieve Your Goals?
  2. 2. What Are Goals?  According to Wikipedia, a Goal is: a desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired endpoint in some sort of assumed development
  3. 3. Overall Purpose  The purpose of goals is to give a certain aspect of your life a sense improvement and satisfaction of an intrinsic value within yourself that otherwise would not have been realized.
  4. 4. Goals (Types) Long-Term Goals: Any goals that may take up to 1, 5, or even 10 years to achieve.  Short-Term Goals: Any goals that may take up to 3, 6, or 9 months to achieve.  Extremely Short-Term Goals: Goals that can be achieved within a month. 
  5. 5. Being in control of your life and having realistic expectations about your day-to-day challenges are the keys to stress management, which is perhaps the most important ingredient to living a happy, healthy and rewarding life. – Marilu Henner
  6. 6. Goals (Dreams)  Learning how to achieve your goals is just as important as knowing what parts of your goals should be tackled first. Goals are dreams that we want to make a reality.
  7. 7. D.R.E.A.M  Dream – Channel your wildest dreams and make sure that they are the perfect representation of your core values. Strive to achieve dreams that aid in your personal development in the long-term.  Realism – Your dreams can become reality, but that’s only going to reflect how much work you’re willing to put into it.  Edit – Track your progress. Analysis incoming results. However, don’t end when you get those results. Always push past negative results and refine them to make even more challenging goals a reality.  Aspire – Set your goals by finding the perfect balance between Dream & Realism. Always aim high but always root it in reality.  Methodology – The truth will set you free. The truth will help you eliminate goals that may not have any deep purpose in your life, leaving the ones that are truly meant to be accomplished.
  8. 8.  Creating and achieving goals is a method of identifying and mapping out how you are going to achieve greatness in your individual life. Thinking your goals into reality enables you to commit yourself to them.
  9. 9. Goals (Commitment)   Commitment creates accountability. Accountability makes the path to our goals more direct. The threat of failure is heightened when there is accountability involved, which makes achieving your goal that much more important. The more personal you make your motivation and commitment statements for each goal, the more motivated you will be to accomplish your goal.
  10. 10. Goals (Adjustment)  Adjustment of goals is very similar to the editing process on any essay. Always be ready to change things that may not be working. JUST DON’T GIVE UP. If your goal is easy, it’ll end up being a waste of time. If it’s too difficult, you may think that achieving goals is a waste of time. Always remember that the tortoise always win the race.
  11. 11. How Goals Fail      The goal was not thought into reality. (Writing it down or telling someone else of your plans to achieve this goal.) No rewards met for reaching certain plateaus on the way to achieving your goal. Goal was too unrealistic. Little to no commitment. No stability (Always adjusting goals to better suit your situation)
  12. 12. Goals (Benefits) Minimizes Stress & Anxiety  Improves Concentration  Improves Performance  Increases Happiness 