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Smart vs Hard goals


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Smart vs Hard goals

  1. 1. SMART Goals Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Tangible
  2. 2. SMART Goals Specific A specific goal has much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To set specific goal, you must answer the six “ W” Questions • Who ? Who is involved • What ? What do I want to accomplish • Where ? Identify a location • When ? Establish a time frame • Which ? Identify requirement and constraint • Why ? Specific reason, purpose of benefit of accomplishing the goal
  3. 3. SMART Goals Measurable Establish concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of each goal you set. When you measure your progress you • Stay on track • Reach your target dates • Experience exhilaration of achievement Ask questions like • How much ? • How many ? • How will I know it’s accomplished ?
  4. 4. SMART Goals Attainable You can achieve any goal when you plan your steps wisely & establish a time frame that allow you to carry out those steps. When you list your goals, you build your self image You eventually develop traits and personalities that allow you to possess them
  5. 5. SMART Goals Realistic To be realistic, a goal must represent an objective toward which you are both willing and able to work. A goal can be both High & Realistic High goal is easier to reach than a low one as high goal exert high motivational force Your goal is realistic if you truly believe in it
  6. 6. SMART Goals Tangible Goal is tangible when you can experience it with one of the senses. When your goal is tangible or when you tie a tangible goal to an intangible goal, you have better chance of making it specific and measurable and thus attainable
  7. 7. HARD GOALS Making JGE an • Why is that some people achieve so much while others seem to just spin their wheels and get nowhere? • Superachievers set themselves HARD (heartfelt, animated, required and difficult) goals and then go out and work towards achieving those goals with passion and intensity. • It’s the setting and achieving of those HARD goals which drives their achievements The Concept Where you want to be in future HARD Goals Where you are right now
  8. 8. HARD Goals Heartfelt Animated Required Difficult
  9. 9. HARD Goals Heartfelt • If you don’t really care about your goals, there’s not going to be much motivation for you to achieve them • To achieve more, make certain you’re going after what you want more than anything else • HARD goals are not just nice-to-have if they’re not too much trouble. • A HARD goal has to be something which promises you more value than any other goal imaginable and therefore you’re not going to let anything get in the way of making it happen Why you care about your goal?
  10. 10. HARD Goals Heartfelt “When you’re at the beginning of your goal process, you need to develop feeling. You want an emotional attachment to your goals that gives you the ceaseless energy to pursue them no matter how tough it gets.” – Mark Murphy Intrinsic Motivator Personal Motivator Extrinsic Motivator a Heartfelt Goal
  11. 11. HARD Goals Animated • HARD goals are so vivid and alive in your mind that if you don’t reach them, you’d feel like something’s missing in your life. • You can and should use the same visualization and imagination techniques which some of the greatest minds in history have used to make your goals come to life in your imagination. • Geniuses use their imaginations to soar and so should you. What will it look if you achieve your Goal ?
  12. 12. HARD Goals Animated Create your Vision Animate your Vision in Fine Detail Write down what you imagine Size Color Shape Distinct Part Setting Background Lighting Emotion Movement Think about
  13. 13. HARD Goals Required • You have to convince yourself achieving your goals is a necessity, not an option. • If you make the future payoff of your HARD goal so much more satisfying that what you’re experiencing today, you automatically make your HARD goals look a lot more attractive – and the more attractive they are, the greater the urgency you will feel to get going on them right away. Why this goal is necessary right now ?
  14. 14. HARD Goals Required Six ways of creating a sense of urgency Put your present costs into the future Bring future benefits into the present Make future benefits sound better Minimize your costs Attack your personal discount rate Limit your choices 1 2 3 4 5 6
  15. 15. HARD Goals Difficult • When it come to difficulty, there’s a definite sweet spot to aim for. You want to set goals which are so hard they will force you to tap into all the talents you possess so you’ll feel a sense of achievement. • On the other hand, you don’t want your goals to be so difficult you give up without even trying. • What you have to do is assess your past experiences, figure out where your goal-setting sweet spot is and then set goals within that sweet spot which will propel you forward to the stellar results you want. What you’re learning because of your goal ?
  16. 16. HARD Goals Difficult DegreeofDifficulty So easy you can do it with eyes closed Physically Impossible Sweet Spot Your Comfort zone
  17. 17. Individual Target Setting Strategic Goals BU or Dept. Target Individual Target What HowResults Behavi or Planning Coaching Assessment Reward
  18. 18. Key Steps for KRA Settings Making JGE an Accountable, responsive and motivated organization Financial Customer Focus Internal Process Organization building & development Organization transformation and change Projects Learning & Growth Safety KRA should be set adhere to these parameters Choose the one relevant to your function