Goal Setting 2014 | Setting SMART Goals

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Goal Setting 2014 | Setting SMART Goals - Is to assist you in taking your goals and tracking to the next level. Included in this slideshare is an excel (pdf) file for you to use to help you track and succeed with your goals.
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Goal Setting 2014 | Setting SMART Goals

  1. 1. Goal Setting 2014 How To Set SMART Goals http://www.robertjbanach.com
  2. 2. What Are Your 2014 Goals? • We all have many goals that we would like to accomplish; today’s, next weeks, this years, lifetime. This is a given, but today all we want to talk about is what our goals are for the year 2014. • There are different areas in our lives that we have goals; career, family, health, education, etc. http://www.robertjbanach.com Success Tracking 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Fin'l + % Wt Loss
  3. 3. Prioritize 2014 Goals • Accomplishing goals takes focus; what are the most important goals that you will accomplish in 2014 • Too many, and too big, goals will bury you • Too few, or too small, goals will not challenge you • What is the perfect mix for you to insure your success? http://www.robertjbanach.com
  4. 4. Each Goal Must Be SMART What are Smart Goals? • Specific • Measurable • Attainable • Relevant • Timebound http://www.robertjbanach.com
  5. 5. SMART Means Specific What is Specific? • Run a Marathon in Less than 4 hours • Earn $10K More • Pass 4 College Courses with an ‘A’ Grade • Get Waist Size Down to 32 inches • 5K New Customers http://www.robertjbanach.com
  6. 6. SMART Means Measurable What is Measurable? • Know your starting point • Know your ending point • Know what your goals are for the year, then break it down to quarterly and monthly • Make a Plan For Your Success • Track Your Progress; Write down results, take pictures, take notes on a set schedule http://www.robertjbanach.com
  7. 7. SMART Means Attainable What is Attainable? • You must be realistic with your goals; losing 10 lbs per week is not realistic, losing 2 lbs is • Make the goal challenging • Make the goal something that you are passionate about • Keep learning more, and new, ways to accomplish your goal http://www.robertjbanach.com
  8. 8. SMART Means Relevant Make Goals Relevant • Exercising 5 days per week for 1 hour each day is relevant • 100 new subscribers per month is relevant • Redecorating your office is not relevant to business growth • Wanting a new blue BMW 328i Sedan is not relavant, it is not a goal, it is a reward for a goal achieved http://www.robertjbanach.com
  9. 9. SMART Means Timebound Make Goals Timebound • Each goal needs an exact date that you plan on accomplishing the goal by • Break down the goal into attainable steps along the way; quarterly, monthly • Track your progress; know where you are and are going http://www.robertjbanach.com
  10. 10. SMART People Track Their Progress • Set your goals, track your progress • Progress tracking should be entered weekly, but measured monthly, qtrly & yrly • A pdf Goal Tracking Worksheet is available on the right http://www.robertjbanach.com
  11. 11. Goal Setting 2014: Conclusion “If it is to be, it is up to me!” ~ William H. Johnsen Your success is in your hands, set your goals, make them happen, live the life you have always dreamed of. ~ Bob Banach While you are here, grab yourself a free copy of The Attraction Marketer’s Manifesto ebook by Ann Sieg, author and creator of the Daily Marketing Coach. http://www.robertjbanach.com

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