On board, the goal is to be one of the most well-known life skills we have. Everyone except unlucky few is very good at dreaming, but the problem with dreams is that they are unclear and they are not real no matter how they feel. Still, many people think that when they dream, what they really are doing is setting goals. Unfortunately, more often than not, these dreams are unreasonable and the dreamer is more frustrated.
In order for these dreams to come true, to increase personal productivity and to achieve happiness that results in so many goals, you must have goals. Not only will you have goals, but you have to work on them. There are a number of systems that teach how to set goals, but you should consider PAR System, a program for elite personal productivity. PAR system breaks down all goals into two types: SMART goals and DUMB ones.
Types of Objects
SMART goals are probably familiar to you. SMART goals are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, timely. In other words, the short term goals you can expect to be timely. However, SMART goals only touch one end of the spectrum because they tend to ignore long-term plans, difficult tasks, and the goals begin as dreams. Therefore, you need to have at least one DUMB goal, a dream goal, unreachable without schedule, measurable, brings perfect happiness.
How do you set these goals? The best way is to start high level with DUMB goals and get more specific.
Set DUMB Goals
The basic idea of creating DUMB goals has already been stated above: Take your dreams and decide to do them. In practice, however, it is a little trick to create the DUMB goal that is about M in DUMB, "Measurable."
In order to make the DUMB target measurable, you need to specify it as best in language as possible. You need to have a good idea of what your DUMB goal is and once you've achieved it. The risk of being unclear is that you will never achieve your dream. So, for example, take this is a bad stupid goal.
"Be a better person."
What does it mean exactly? How do you know when you are a better person and frankly how much better would you like to be? This goal can be achieved by giving a single penny for charity (technically you are better at that point, though not much.) This goal can also be achieved by giving away everything you own and moving to the poor nations to build roads and distribute drugs.
"I want to control my mood and stop shouting on my kids."
This is much better. Here's another example. This is okay.
"Open a restaurant."
Why? It seems measurable. The goalkeeper does not have a restaurant and by achieving it, he or she will have one. Still, it is a bit unclear. There is no time frame, there is no location, it is not even a type of restaurant. While the goal is to know all this information, the above statement feels more like a dream than a goal.
Try "I will open a deli in the city in the next three years." This is much more measurable and the goal sets the start of a final plan.
The best DUMB goals are very special. These include:
- "I will get 3.5 points on average this semester."
- "I'll lose 50 pounds."
- "I will be vice president for the next five years."
Having measurable goals like this will help you achieve them.
Setting SMART goals
According to the PAR system, SMART goals are broken down into two types: doses and steps towards fulfilling the DUMB goals. Both are equally important, although the process of putting them is different.
The dosages are external. You do so because your boss, your family, the government, etc. have asked or asked to do something. Fix the sink, create a Power Point demo or take the kids into soccer training, according to the SM system are all SMART goals. They match the criteria. They are measurable, timely, achievable and so on. They are also very important for achieving one dream (assuming you want to sync these jobs, happy families, and continuing employment.) Placing them is usually as simple as writing down what your boss, family or other outside organization has asked you to do.
The other types of SMART goals are actually steps toward achieving your DUMB goals. To create SMART goals for DUMB ones, you need to break your DUMB goals into smaller, manageable things.
DUMB goals are monoliths that can not be done without an action plan. In order to ensure you achieved your DUMB goals, you need to break it down to the set of SMART goals you can achieve. There is indeed an art of this and it may take some attention to really get it.
The method of breaking down DUMB goals is very personal. Only you know what you consider acceptable, but the general guide is to cut down one DUMB goal in a series of tasks that you can accomplish in as little as a few hours in no more than a few days.
Take the DUMB goal "Losing 50 pounds" as an example. The way to do this will vary from person to person and from situation to situation, but here's one way to break it down.
Please note that each SMART goal is manageable without much work. Each of these goals is special and reasonable and you can accomplish it within a few days.
This list, which is probably the same, would not be so good.
"No bad food in the house" and "Throw all the chips, cakes and fried foods in the house" are approximately. the same. However, the latter is a much better SMART goal because it clearly describes a plan of action and has the final way to tell when it is done. Remember, the goal of SMART goal is to achieve it quickly.
Meeting SMART Goal
This list of SMART goals, if followed, should show progress towards the larger DUMB goal. The list also has SMART goals that are met in many ways. "Cast all fries, cookies and fried foods in the house" and "Join the clinic" are both unique activities that can be reached in a few hours. These are good goals to start by showing them progress towards the goal right away.
"Go to the clinic 3 times a week", "Do 3 times in 30 minutes" and "Get Vegetables to Work as a Snack" are not just one action. They are really habits that you need to train yourself to have. The best way to achieve these SMART goals is to write "Go to the clinic" three times, "Walk for 30 minutes" three times and "Get Vegetables to Work as a Snack" once every day you work. Then, as you do each one once, over them from the list.
Please check your project from the list to be one salary, but if you go to the gym three times and go three times and get vegetables at work, consider giving you more wages to be interested.
Finally, the goal is to evaluate performance for 90 days. If you can not see results, hire a trainer "is a slightly different goal because it can not be started right away, but it's a good SMART goal because it can take a few hours or a few days, like any other SMART Dark. As you estimate how to meet your DUMB goals, you could get some SMART goals you can not even like this. This is fine, write them still and make sure you do them whenever you can.
(You may also do "see results not" is somewhat unclear and not very SMART. Loss as a DUMB goal, see a doctor who can give you an idea of what your progress should look like. And good luck, It's a great DUMB goal to have.)
Again, the goal is important, but, as you can see, much can be taken into it. The most important thing is to try. If you are not a Success please figure out whether your SMART goals are too high or if they are too vague or if the intent is DUMB ómætanlegt. If so, then it's fine. Just work to re-submit your DUMB goal and make it better or try to break your SMART goals into smaller pieces. There are few SMART goals that can not be divided into SMART goals.
If you're still not seeing the results you want, consider finding the productivity of a coach or following a system like the PAR system. A little extra advice about setting priorities or pushing the right direction can be all you need.
Above all, I wish you good luck and Godspeed as you follow your path.