Goaltending: Best Practices for Success with Setting and Achieving Personal Goals

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You are your most valuable asset... So what steps are you taking to invest in yourself?

Personal goals serve as the coin of that investment. They require you to assess where you are presently and where you want to be in the future. They also provide compelling challenges central to the human experience-embracing opportunities, overcoming fears, learning from failures, and fulfilling dreams.

But like sheep that wander or gardens that grow over, ...

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Overview

You are your most valuable asset... So what steps are you taking to invest in yourself?

Personal goals serve as the coin of that investment. They require you to assess where you are presently and where you want to be in the future. They also provide compelling challenges central to the human experience-embracing opportunities, overcoming fears, learning from failures, and fulfilling dreams.

But like sheep that wander or gardens that grow over, goals require tending. Doing so doesn't involve secrets known only to a select few. Rather, it's a matter of methods anyone is capable of mastering. Goaltending focuses on five key methods that represent timeless and universal practices to help you yield success in any goal-related arena-finance, fitness, career, or beyond:

• Empowerment represents the acquisition of responsibility for and control over your life and the circumstances that define it.
• Alignment represents the art of achieving greater balance by fulfilling a purpose.
• Conception represents the necessary planning and prerequisites for a successful goal, including clarity, specificity, and modeling previous success.
• Execution represents a goal's progression from idea to action, namely getting started and never quitting.
• Evaluation ties everything together by monitoring progress, making adjustments, and leveraging the positive reinforcement that awareness of results produces.

Achieving success with your goals may not be easy, but the reward of doing so will earn you the satisfaction of knowing you've made not only an investment but also a difference in your life and self-development. Let Goaltending be your handbook along the journey.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615533407
  • Publisher: GoalFAQs Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.22 (d)

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