Special – The goals should be accurate and they should focus on what you want to do. Specific actions help us to focus our efforts and clearly define what we are going to do. To be determined, the goal should focus specifically on what, why, how and what goal is:
WHAT DOES DO? Start with a disorder like monitoring, managing, aligning, managing, directing, creating, preparing, creating, etc.
WHY is it important to do now? What interests you? What do you really want to achieve?
HOW DO YOU GIVE IT?
Who can help you?
Measurable – If you can not tell, you can not control it. In the broadest sense, the overall goal is a measure of the project. Create certain prerequisites to measure progress in order to achieve each goal you set. This means you will have short, medium and long term priorities that could break down daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual goals. To determine if your goal is measurable, ask questions like: How much? How many? How will I know when it is reached? When you measure your progress, keep on track, achieve your goals, and benefit from the encouragement that comes from success that will encourage you to achieve your goals.
reachable – this is not synonymous with "easy". "It means that the curriculum is not vertical, the skills required to make the work available, that the project fits the overall policy and goals. When planning your steps wisely, set the time that allows you to execute those steps, expanding them to match them When you list your goals, you build your identity. You see yourself as worthy of these goals and develop the practices and personalities that allow you to hire them.
Relevant and Realistic – Relevant goals should help you to your task or your "bigger" goals. Be sure that each goal is in line with other goals you have set up and fit your short and long term plans. To be realistic, your goal must be to represent goals You are both ready and able to work. The goals can be both high and realistic, ie are the only one who can decide how much your goal should be. But be sure that every goal represents substantial progress. free ntly easier to reach than minimum because low goals can lead to incentives.
Time – If you do not spend time, the commitment is too vague. It does not tend to happen because you think you can start anytime. Without a time limit, there is no need to start an operation now. Timelines create goals that can be tracked and succeeded, enabling you to track your progress. Just remember that timelines must be measurable, accurate and realistic.
Situation – What are your goals? What are you dealing with like resources, circumstances and / or circumstances that need to be taken into account when you take action?
Obstacles – The best way to move and be productive and effective is to become active instead of being active. Think about obstacles or problems that may arise or already known and develop contingency plans to get them. (Use your new knowledge of effective solution to problems)
Features: You have organized your work, now work your schedule. The unambiguous, who, what, when, where, how and how much & # 39; definitions of specific tasks. Physical activity starts the process of moving; and be sure to complete every little step you take. Change when a change is specified. Do not revise the target yet; Change only way to achieve the goal tactics. Decide what works and what does not. Implement the revised program (restart cycle).
Results – Understand what you're accomplishing on your way to ultimate goals. Use short-term results to help you achieve your goals. Identify your abilities that you use to achieve each phase and look at your ability to strengthen.