It's easy to understand how people with goals accomplish significantly more than people without goals. People with goals have direction. They have a target. They have something to work towards. This provides motivation to achieve.
If the goal is something you really want, that strong positive emotional desire gives you a favorable edge to realizing the goal.
And, the more frequently you review the goal, the more you focus on it, the more you will recognize the resources and opportunities you need to move toward achieving your goal.
Motivation to achieve comes from having a clear target, developing a strong emotional desire, creating a doable action plan, allocating the resources (especially time) and taking action.
Business goals that are in alignment with personal goals are more motivating than goals that are not in alignment, not related in anyway, or are counter to personal goals. Goals that help cause you to stretch increase motivation.
Goals that are written provide a mechanism to review, refresh, and stay focused on what you want. People with written goals accomplish significantly more than people who only have goals in their heads.
At the end of this course you will be able to: