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  2. 2. A goal is a specific plan of action for the club. Goals should be: Written Visualized real Timely Specific Manageable Measurable Reviewed Regularly Achievable 2 What Is a Goal?
  3. 3.  Visualize yourself attaining your stated goal.  Make your visions detailed!  If you can dream it, you can make it happen! 3 Start Dreaming
  4. 4. Run your own Race…. 4  Make sure that the goal you are working for is some thin you really want to achieve not what your friend want to achieve.  Or not just something's that sound impressive Lot of people spend there entire life trying to achieve other goal’s & expectations
  5. 5. Be Positive  Write your goals in positive instead of the negative.  In writing your goals, we create a set of instruction for our subconscious mind to carry out. The more positive instruction you give it, the more positive result you will get.  There is a saying that “if you are sincerely want to achieve the something the whole universe strives to achieve that.” 5
  6. 6. Create your own world  You become what you think about most of the time.  What ever you think about continuously emerges in your reality.  Successful people think about what they want and how to get it most of the time.  Unsuccessful people think about what they don’t want most of the time. 6
  7. 7. 7 Main Reasons for Goal Setting  Goals provide direction  Goals tell you how far you have traveled  Goals help to make the overall vision attainable  Goals clarify everyone’s role  Goals give people something to strive for
  8. 8. Cont… 8  Ensure that goals are related to your employees role in the organization.  Use values to guide behavior.  Simple goals are better goals.
  9. 9. 9 Setting Goals: Less Is More  Pick two or three goals to focus.  Pick goals with the greatest importance.  Focus on goals that tie most closely to the mission.  Periodically revisit goals and update them as necessary
  10. 10. Don’t Just Think It, Ink It  A written goal is much more likely to be attained than an unwritten goal!  E.g., earn Rs. 5000 per month. Then living in a rented house, rented furniture, Rs. 35000 debt. After that he came out of that and he was living in his own house, own Mercedes, Rs. 50000 savings in the bank. 10
  11. 11. Cont…  Harvard Business School – MBA students asked about there clear written goals for there future –  3% students had written goals plan, ( earnings 10 times compare to 97 %)  13 % students had clear goal but not in written & , ( earnings twice compare to 84 %)  84 % students had not clear goal.(earnings on an avg.) 11
  12. 12. The Impact Of Goal Setting  Specific goals are better than unclear goals  Difficult / Challenging Goals are better than relatively easy goals.  Objective & timely feedback about progress towards goals is preferable to no feedback. 12
  13. 13. Know your current status 13 % of time now % of time you want Personal Time Family Time Work Time Leisure Time
  14. 14. Role of Time  “ To think too long about doing a thing often becomes its undoing “  “ The future is purchased by present “  “ Time is money “  “ No time like present “ 14
  15. 15. Make a Plan of Action  Long Term Goals: 3-6 months Examples  Loose 5% Body Fat in 12 weeks  My monthly income is 20000 in next Diwali.  My clients base increase by 200 in 4 months  Short Term: 1 week to 1 month Examples  Loose 1-2% Body Fat within a month  Complete pending complaint of customers in 2 weeks. 15
  16. 16. Identify Obstacles  Time  Motivation  Facilities  Fear of Failure  Fear of Rejection  No daily plan  They don’t know How  They think Goals aren’t Important 16
  17. 17. Find Inspiration  Identify what motivates you  Fill your day with motivating things 17
  18. 18. Where goal setting can go wrong ?  When goal setting is disorganized  For example, keep personal and academic goals separate  When goals are unrealistic  For example, becoming a company CEO immediately after graduation is an unrealistic goal 18
  19. 19. Cont…  Goals that are ‘beyond’ your control  For example, winning the lottery is definitely beyond your control  When goals are unclear  For example, “becoming successful” or “becoming a better student” are not clear goals to work toward. 19
  20. 20. Cont…  When you set too many goals  At any one time you should focus on achieving only three or four goals 20
  21. 21. Goal Setting Steps  Assess where you are now  Set SMART goals  Identify Obstacles  Make a Plan of Action  Monitor Progress 21
  22. 22. Assess where you are now 22
  23. 23. Set SMART goals  Specific – write your goal in complete detail. Instead of writing ‘A new job’, write ‘ A job in Marketing ’  Measurable - Instead of writing ‘A new job’, write ‘ A job in Marketing where I will earn monthly Rs.20000’  Make sure that your goal is high enough . Shoot for the moon , if you miss you will still be in the stars. But take care that your goal is Achievable 23
  24. 24. Cont…  Achievable- if your work experience is in the marketing then you can not get the job in Technical.  Realistic – If you are sale manager then you can not become a centre head in a short time.  Timely – one should put a dead line. Instead of writing ‘A new job’, write ‘ A job in Marketing where I will become a regional Sales Manager in a year. ’ 24
  25. 25. Create a positive pressure on you.  Write down your SMART Goals. The more focused you are on your goals, the more you likely you will accomplish them.  Reviewing your goal is daily is a crucial part of your success. 25
  26. 26. Be Passionate  Every time you make a decision during the day, ask your self the day, ask your self this ,” does it take me closer to further from my goal ?  Also you sleep before in the night recall what you have done today to reach closer to your goal 26
  27. 27. Visualize / Picture  Visualize the complete goal, like,  See the new office,  Visualize your visiting card,  Feel the salary cheque in your hand,  Then each night, right before you go to bed, repeat the process. 27
  28. 28. Enjoy the process  Right your own goal  Run your own race  Be positive  Write SMART goals  Be passionate  Create a positive pressure – review your goal everyday  Visualize your goal 28
  29. 29. 29 Benefits of GoalsBenefits of Goals  Improves performance  Increases your motivation to achieve  Increases your pride and satisfaction  Improves your self confidence  Eliminates attitudes that hold you back & cause unhappiness
  30. 30. Do’s & Don’t Do’s Don’ts Visualize your desired outcome Go into your goal with a negative attitude Write down your course of action in an easy step-by-step format that can be checked off with each achievement Try to memorize all of the steps as most will be forgotten Think positive all the time Don’t think negative. Be realistic in your setting your goals . Set your goals too high to achieve them 30
  31. 31. Conclusion  Once you believe that you deserve success and are solely responsible for the type of life you create, you are ““UNSTOPPABLE!!!!!!!!”UNSTOPPABLE!!!!!!!!” 31
  32. 32. 32 THANK YOU