Inspirational Poster – November 2015
“If you are not making the progress that you would like to make and are capable of making, it is simply because your goals are not clearly defined.”
Paul J. Meyer
The key to success in all endeavours is to become goal directed. Goal direction makes it possible to focus your strengths and abilities on achieving your personal and career objectives. Goal direction is the foundation on which you develop a high degree of self motivation whilst harnessing the forces of your untapped potential. Progressive realisation of your goals takes you on a continuous journey of self improvement and high performance.
A key ingredient in improving performance and achieving success in any endeavour is the ability to set goals.
Genuine goal setting is the first step towards positive action. Goals may be imaginative and visionary, but not in the same sense as fantasy and day dreams. Goals are a prelude to action, a track to follow and a course to take. They are not a substitute for reality.
Whether you already have experience in goal setting, or it is a new concept for you, understanding the principles of goal setting empowers you to take control of your future.
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"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals."
Henry David Thoreau