Tips For Setting Goals





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Published on Jun 25, 2013

The next time somebody tells you that setting goals is really a lot of hype, tell him/her this. "If life is a journey, how will you get there if you don't have an itinerary? Goals tell you where you are going, how you are going to get there, and what you will do when you get there".

Get clear about what you want by asking a series of questions. Ask yourself: What do I know about this? What information do I have? What information do I need? Where can I get it? What skills do I need to master? What other resources should I use? Is this the best way to do it, or is there some other way?
Start small, but keep walking.Be positive when stating your goals, Don't underestimate yourself , Write it down.Stop procrastinating, Review your progress

Set goals in small increments, complete with time, dates, amount, some details. If you tell yourself, "I'm going to be an opera singer" and then sit around and wait for it to suddenly happen, you could be waiting all your life. Start with singing lessons for a month, and then a year and expose yourself to opera music. You can then progress to more singing lessons year after year. By breaking down your goals in smaller, workable units, you are more likely to make them come true. Remember, even the greatest ones had to start somewhere.

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