4 Amazing Tips in Goal Setting You Must Need to Know Before New Year

This is the sequel of our previous article about thinking SMART by using the S-M-A-R-T method.

Ladder To Goals

Being goal oriented makes the difference in accomplishment and fulfillment in a given amount of time. All successful people are goal oriented. They have intense clarity of what the y are working towards and they work day-in and day-out to achieve their objective. They have have tons of accomplishments than an average person in all aspects of life. To help you become more goal-oriented, here are some important life skills to help you.

1) Intense Clarity

What is it that you want? What is it that you really, really want? You wanted to have the highest recruitment ratio in your league for the first semester? What exactly does that mean in reality by number, quality and results? Vagueness is a subset of failure. Clarity tells you the resources you need, the network you have to work with and time to spend to achieve results.

2) Write it All Down

Goals can be wishes if not written down. There’s a world of difference in goal setting if you put pen to paper because it etches into you subconscious. Don’t make your computer a medium. Go back to the basics, write it all down and feel how it all centers you this way.

3) Make it Public

To get your goals to happen, you may just need a psychological plateau-breaker. Make a Publicly Proclaimed Goal. Not necessarily to everyone to your Facebook list but to a trusted friend or set of buddies who will remind you of your goal, and the possibility of ridicule is a good motivation. These external motivations are powerful forces that allow habits to be built.

4) Take Action Today. Today is Day One.

Planning is good. But making small, consistent action towards your goal even you plan to start it by next week makes it all seem realistic for you to achieve. An example could be if you want to own a brand new Rolls-Royce, take action by ordering a brochure or even book a test drive.

These are 4 workable and totally useful steps to achieve your goals. Not exactly rocket science but this is proven to be a good move forward for your career as a recruiter. When you do the above steps, you are more likely to achieve your goals. So I tell you, take time to sort out what you want. Place your order. Get started. Get enthusiastic. Remember that goals aren’t carved in stone and as they are yours, you can change them as often as you like.

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