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    « Dress Right | Main | Visualize Your Goal »
    7:51PM

    Set Goals, Review Often

    Whether we are an hourly employee or CEO of a billion dollar corporation, setting goals should be high priority. Without these, status quo and lethargy will reign in our life and company.

    It is disastrous to start with giant-sized Goliath steps. So, make two goals to accomplish in one 24 hour period. Today, present a positive attitude all day and be on the lookout for one step to take toward the lifetime goal. After doing that for 21 days, draw up a measureable plan in the march forward to success. Each day that whole month, think on taking small steps and moving forward while doing all routine tasks well.

    After the third month, set a year end goal. That image will move us so much closer that our family and friends will see the progress without mentioning it.

    The goal could have been a faint glimmer in our mind when we were ten years old. The world will be surprised that a person of lowly means accomplished so much. The journey to our fantasy starts with small daily steps but keeping the goal in mind will make the intermediate goal a whole mile closer.

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