Perhaps it's time to go back to school for another degree, or engage in any thought provoking activities. 6. Family. What is your idea of a family? Getting married, having and raising kids? When? How? 7. Social involvement. Perhaps you want to help achieve something that would make the world a better place? With your constant interaction with other people, you may come across with ideas that haven t entered your realization earlier. The performance of these people, moreover, can be very beneficial to you. Their experiences might shed some light on things that continue to baffle you in the first place. Your colleagues experiences in the workplace can be a rich source of knowledge in terms of performance assessment. The essence of planning and goal setting is to improve or elevate your performance. There s no way that the elements in your plan will not help you improve for the better. The fifth letter in smart goal setting stands for TANGIBLE. Tangibles are things that can be subjected to our five senses, your five senses. Teaching Your Teens to Set their Goals Goals are clearly the targets of success. You, for sure, have your own goals, which may have already been achieved, are in the process of being achieved, or are still to be achieved. But how about if you set goals for your kids, especially if they are already teenagers? Do not make the mistake of planning to improve your personal over-all goals in order to "carry over" your professional goal. Attack the two concerns separately. Of course it is only natural that some aspect of your professional goals are preset in your personal goal setting and vice versa. This is only natural. It's true that you must have a list of your goals but it doesn't mean that this couldn't be changed. Even the U.S. Constitution has its amendments. On this note, its good to touch on a little of this much abused set-realistic-goals mantra. If you would concentrate on this, you would soon realize that your goal is undoable because you're bound to come across with a person with goals that contradicts your goal.
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