You can transform your life by setting goals
Does your personal development program include setting goals but somehow you never reach them? Are you struggling with career goals of life goals? Do you aim for the stars but somehow never get close, not even with your short term goals?
Goal Setting for Success (Personal Development book 1) is based on tried and tested scientific principles that have helped millions of people build the lives they want.
The goal setting theory has been condensed and simplified into an easy-to-use series of steps and you will learn how to set and achieve goals by:
- Discover for which life area(s) you want to set goals.
- Understand the requirements of a well-structured goal and make setting goals a breeze.
- Recognize which goals will work for you and which won't.
- Take action so that your professional, business or life goals become reality and your life improves exponentially.
- Review your progress and adjust your goals where required.
- Deal with the curve balls life throws you so that they don't get in the way of your goal setting and personal development.
Taking Consistent Action is Key to Changing your life
Creating meaningful goals for yourself becomes easy once you know how. Actually achieve career and life goals irrespective of what they are by following the simple, practical steps outlined.
Do your career goals include having your own profitable business that will bring fame and success? Do you desire financial independence and personal freedom? Is one of your life goals to improve your relationships and make them more fulfilling?
All of these are within your reach. Goal setting theory has never been made this easy and practical.
Goal setting is an essential element of personal development. Take action now and change your life forever!
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Eddie de Jong's primer shows readers how they can build a balanced, meaningful life through setting targeted, clearly expressed goals. He begins by suggesting use of a "life wheel," where each of eight key life areas makes up one spoke, and rating satisfaction level on each one to identify any imbalances/needs. Alternatively, one could look at the different roles in his life and how effectively he is performing in each. In setting a goal to improve a life area, de Jong directs readers to think SMART: make the goal SPECIFIC, MEASURABLE, ACHIEVABLE, RELEVANT and TIME BASED. He offers examples of how to do this and how to get the best start by writing down the goal in the clearest possible terms. While the methodology employed is rather rigorous, the author doesn't forget the human factor. He has a long chapter called "Sh*t Happens" that talks about picking yourself up from the rubble after your best laid plans fall to pieces. The introduction to the book is a bit long, but as this is the first volume of a series, it doesn't undermine the whole.