Goals

What exactly are goals? How do you define them? How do you set them? How do you achieve them? Is it necessary to plan, do, review and revise?

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Why do you set goals? Why do you set particular goals?

Are goals important for growth and development? Are goals important to motivation? Are they important to achieving results? Success? Can one “wing” their way to success? Can resolutions be viable goals?

What goals are the most critical? Short-term? Long-term? Lifetime?

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What is most important? Is it achieving the goal or is it changing oneself? Is it doing something or becoming something?


“The ultimate reason for setting goals is to entice you to become the person it takes to achieve them.”–Jim Rohn

If one decides on an objective, when does it become a goal instead of a wish?

How does someone develop viable goals that can impact their life? Do impactful goals require leaving the comfort zone?

How do you set your goals? Do you write them down? Do you develop a plan to achieve them? Do you periodically review your goals and assess your progress? Do you find it helpful to adjust your plan, as you move forward? Why do you choose the particular goals you do?

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