Although many principals have achieved goals, the first rule is: ALL human behavior is a goal. In other words, all we do is in order to reach a goal, whether the goal is the immediate or long-term goal. We will have whatever is necessary to achieve our goals.
A goal can start as a simple daydream that changes spiritually to the wishes we put on our wish list. From now on, when we think about these wishes more and more, we move them from our wish list to our wish list. These are the things we continue to think we really want or become. From there, if we keep thinking about what we want, they start to turn to what we need. Our daydream has transformed from what we have thought about the goals we now need. All this process can take as many seconds as a few days, weeks, months, even years depending on what goals we really need to realize in our lives.
Individuals and companies have many goals on their wish list, in their daydream, on the wish list and the list of the maybe list. In the cycle of human motivation, individuals / companies will change the mind they want to reach for those they need. Until these transactions take place is little if any progress in order to achieve their goals is always realized.
This leads us to understand that there are several categories of limits and time limits in each category. They are:
An Immediate or now, The purpose of is one that can be achieved in a very short period of time. Examples of immediate goals are what to be for lunch today, what to do at work, whether to stop and get gas on the way to work, etc.
A Short-term goal ] has a life span of 3-6 months. They are such as: deciding to buy a new mobile phone, get a new game console or decide whether to get "A" in the account this semester.
An Intermediate can last from 6-12 months. For example, decide to buy a new car or work towards the next promotion at the workplace.
A long-term goal can last from 1-5 years and consists of things like saving to buy your first home, get a college degree, etc.
A Life Time goals can begin at an early age and carry an individual in his own adult life, becomes a doctor, a Supreme Court or a President, for example.
When it comes to achieving any goal the most important factor is commitment. Are you absolutely committed to success: physically, mentally, emotionally and financially? Are you ready to do what it takes to make your goals come true? Many goals are never realized because we lack one or more necessary commitments to achieve them. We get lazy, put it on another day or time to focus on success. At other times, the goal violates one of the principles of goal setting from the outset and can not be achieved.
All goals have rules / principles that need to be observed before you commit to success. To achieve your goals, you must follow 7 rules. All goals must be:
Possible: The goal must be possible in your mind, born in the mind of what you want and need to do
Truly: You must believe that you can and will work toward achieving your goal. It's not important for others to believe in your goals, but it's important that you believe that you can and will achieve the goals you set.
Achievable: can your goal be achieved by you? Has it been done to others in the past or are you the first?
Desirable: is the goal to put something you have a great desire to achieve? Will you be happy with the results? Are you prepared to pay the price needed to reach the goal, regardless of all and all the difficulties on the way?
Measurable: are your goals "traceable?" Can you easily continue to score where you are and where are you going on a journey to succeed? Can you rate your performance daily, weekly, monthly, half yearly, yearly, etc.?
Growing ease : Do you have to grow as a person in achieving the goal? Want to learn more on the go for success?
Reported at no cost : Can and do you want to go "all the way" and do what it takes to accomplish your goal? You need, because this rule means you can not see yourself without success no matter what obstacles are in your way. There is a full commitment to see your goals through to the end.
Be aware: If your goals violate these principles, they must be changed or abandoned. You can set another goal that complies with rules that meet the need. The goal must also be precise and accurate. Once your goals have been set and tested and a commitment is made to strive for success, you should not change goals or lower goals. Yes, they can be changed, but only up.
The goal of all kinds of directing our lives. Yes, it is true that we set many goals we never give other thought to. As we approach a new year, many of these types of goals will be made in the form of New Year's resolutions. Most of us are involved in the tradition and many people break these types of short-term goals. These goals are wild, not needed, and goal setting rules are not followed.