Since posting last on August 2, 2009, I have gone back through some readings and found what I feel to be the single most important reading regarding goal setting. There is an absolute profound need to implement realistic goal setting in order to clearly see the direction of the outcome of goals. Was the goal met or was the goal not met? No guesswork when applying the learned coaching advice as shared by Unit Coach, Ann Vertel. Thank you Ann for providing a crystal clear picture of being able to ask this question, “Did You Set the Right Goals?” I am able to evaluate my goals and see real results. Great information that I have benefited from.
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Saturday, August 1, 2009
Give Yourself a Goal
Do yourself a favor and give yourself a goal. Make it meaningful, make it exciting, make it challenging and then make it happen.
Set your goal a little bit beyond what you already know you can do. Then when you reach it you’ll not only have the achievement, you’ll also have an increased level of confidence.
As long as you’re making the effort to live this day, give it a purpose. Give yourself a goal, and transform fleeting time into lasting accomplishment.
From where you are, you can go anywhere. One by one, the goals you set will get you there.
Working steadily and persistently toward a goal will energize all aspects of your life and bring the awesome power of focus to your efforts. There’s truly no feeling quite like it.
Challenge yourself forward with a great and meaningful goal. Give yourself a goal, and make yourself some real treasure.
— Ralph Marston