AFC's G.O.A.L.S Tips for 2013‏

Every New Year we set big resolutions and goals. We may often take off so fast we meet obstacles which sometimes cause us to quit.

 

From our experiences the bigger the goal the smaller the steps need to be. When we take the time to take steps toward small goals we can achieve our ultimate goal.

 

This month we are sharing 9 ways to Go Outside and Above Limitations Seamlessly = G.O.A.L.S.

 

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"In 2013 I plan to focus more on developing my leadership skills."

 

 

  
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" In 2013 I plan to focus more on my nutrition."
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"For 2013 I want to raise the level of positive energy in my life."
How efficient are you with setting your Goals?
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January 15, 2013
9 Ways to Achieve your G.O.A.L.S in 2013
  
Greetings!  
  

 

Every New Year we set big resolutions and goals. We may often take off so fast we meet obstacles which sometimes cause us to quit.

 

From our experiences the bigger the goal the smaller the steps need to be. When we take the time to take steps toward small goals we can achieve our ultimate goal.

 

This month we are sharing 9 ways to Go Outside and Above Limitations Seamlessly = G.O.A.L.S.

   
 

1.)  Master a skill: Choose a skill  that you want to improve and then master it. To increase awareness of small details, practice tasks that require a lot of detail.

 

 

2.)  Increase Knowledge: Reading will always be fundamental. If you have a skill that needs improvement: find a book, mentor, or research sources to increase knowledge and understanding.  

 

 

3.)  Clear communication: It is not enough to speak clearly. You have to make sure that you are being heard and understood. Plan carefully before meeting and speak with conviction.

 

 

 4.)  Make a Commitment: Goals require commitment and dedication. There's no other way around it. If you are struggling with committing to a specific goal, go back and start the process over.

 

 

5.) Set a timeline: Develop a scheduled plan

of small goals that work towards your ultimate goal. 

 

 

6.) Reward yourself: After reaching particular benchmarks reward yourself for your work, such as giving your self a cheat day after eating clean for a week.

 

  

7.) Be concise: The goal should be laid out in a short and sweet fashion, with clear boundaries so that the desired outcomes are obvious.

 

 

8.) Make sure its attainable: Often we set goals that are so vast, we may not realize it takes many steps to reach them. To avoid this you may need to set a graduated goal that has checkpoints to be reached on the way to your ultimate goal. 

 

9.) Be flexible: While you may have a set concise goal with clear boundaries remember not to set yourself up for failure by not allowing any wiggle room.

 

  

Are you struggling to set goals for 2013? Developing your leadership skills is one of the best
ways to increase productivity and manage your career. Contact us today to receive information on viable training and development management solutions for your work place.



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