Use SMART objectives to achieve your goals

The most common about approach to setting successful goals are usually the best and I am sure that you have heard of SMART objectives. But I don’t like to assume - if you have been hiding under a rock, here is what they mean: S – Specific To be specific about what the goal is, … Continue reading Use SMART objectives to achieve your goals

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Goals vs Actions

Is there any benefit to setting goals or should I just stop talking and do it? This is a question I have been pondering a lot recently.  If you have read my blog for a while you will probably be aware that I use it as a format to log and keep track of my goals. … Continue reading Goals vs Actions

Simplify your goals – Do, Doing and Done

I admit, I probably enjoy planning my goals a bit too much.  Sometimes I feel like I do too much planning and need to just get on with it. So I welcome ways that make planning goals easier. Working in project management I handle plans daily.  I see GANTT charts that detail a projects progress … Continue reading Simplify your goals – Do, Doing and Done

Manifesto of Perfection Goal Setting Month

It is now March. Perhaps the New Year resolution has fallen by the wayside. Maybe your a habitual goal setter, but your objectives are a bit stale and the enthusiasm is no longer there. Maybe you don't have goals at all. I have decided for March, purely because I have got so much out of … Continue reading Manifesto of Perfection Goal Setting Month

Never dismiss the power of a New Year’s Resolution

Its the middle of January and by this point many of us have either progressed or given up on New Year's Resolutions. But I have noticed a trend where people dismiss this idea - it could be because they see it as lame, cliché, they know they won't stick with or are saying "Well you should … Continue reading Never dismiss the power of a New Year’s Resolution