A Goal Without A Schedule is Just a Dream

Written by Barrett Niehus

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After setting you goal, list outrepparttar steps necessary to achieve results. Back schedule them to fit withinrepparttar 124027 time you have available. Set small achievable increments that will allow you to work up to your accomplishment. Put together a schedule that will allow you to achieve your goal. Evaluaterepparttar 124028 schedule, andrepparttar 124029 resources that you will need to accomplish your desire.

Evaluaterepparttar 124030 schedule that you have put together. Make sure that it is reasonable, and that you will commit yourself to following it. Determine if you haverepparttar 124031 resources that you need available, and what other resources you will need to makerepparttar 124032 final accomplishment. Finally, commit yourself to accomplishing that goal, and set yourself to work.

Do not procrastinate, you are on a tight schedule. Do not vary from your underlying vision. Do however write your goals down and review them often. As time and results change, periodically update both your ultimate goal and your schedule. By focusing onrepparttar 124033 steps necessary to reach your ultimate goal, and being cognizant of your schedule, you will achieve all of your desires.

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Where's The Map, I Think I'm Lost!!

Written by Jill Lambert

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3. IT should be SPECIFIC. Don't say, "I want to go to San Francisco." Say, "I'm going to San Francisco, andrepparttar first thing I need to do is get on I-40 and travel west."

4. It should be MEASURABLE. If it isn't measurable, how will you gauge your progress? Determine how far you'd like to "travel" each day. Set a specific goal for how many "miles" you'll cover.

5. It should be CHALLENGING. Pushing yourself and continuing to grow is a wonderful feeling. Do things you thought you'd never do before, you'll be amazed atrepparttar 124026 adrenaline rush you'll get!

6. It should be ACTION oriented. State all of your goals in an active sense. "I will do....."

7. Finally, it must be ATTAINABLE or REALISTIC. Do you have, or can you getrepparttar 124027 skills necessary to reachrepparttar 124028 goal?

We've coveredrepparttar 124029 characteristics of goals withrepparttar 124030 exception ofrepparttar 124031 most important part. You have to write them down. The difference between a goal and a dream is seeing it on paper.

You'll be amazed how clear things will be to you when you see them on paper. I'm not sure ofrepparttar 124032 science behindrepparttar 124033 difference of just thinking about something, and putting a pen to paper. They say it has something to do withrepparttar 124034 sub-conscious, but I know it works!

If you're really serious about establishing goals for yourself, check out this website: http://www.goalpro.com This is a really neat software that will help you establish your goals, and keep you on track.

As you go throughrepparttar 124035 next couple of days see if you can remember your "Resolutions" from last year. I'd make a pretty high wager you can't. Userepparttar 124036 information in this article, and next year you'll be sending me an e-mail telling me what wonderful things you've accomplished! Happy Goal Setting.

Jill Lambert is the publisher of Kidz Plan Newsletter, a bi-monthly publication aimed at helping people reach their financial goals. To subscribe to this inspirational newsletter, please visit: http://www.kidzplannews.org

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