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GOAL SEETING

BY KAPIL JAIN
MIBS
Goal-Setting
Goals are desired result, purpose, or
objective that one strives to attain

Goals are:
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Relevant/Realistic
Time-Oriented
Tangible
Types of Goals

Short-term
A goal that can be achieved in a
relative short period of time
Ex: To complete the course
Long-term
A goal that takes a long period of time
to achieve
Ex: Great success in career
Goal setting and analysis

 Identify the goal – List all your dreams


 Prepare a goal statement – Read one hour per day
 Check your goals harms the interest of anybody
 Goal is personal, positive, practical, flexiable, time
bound and measurable
 Identify anybody has already achieved success
 Focus on your most successful moments in life
 Identify the internal and external obstacles in
achieving each goal
Con’t
 Focus on your most successful moments in life
 Identify the qualities and behaviour required
to reach each goal
 Identify the resources, people, materials and
institutions help you in achieving goal
 Prepare a step plan to reach goal
 Start implementing the plan of action
 Review the progress
 Analyse the reasons
 Start behaving and acting as if you have already
achieved your goals
Steps to achieving your goals
 Your self in OK state
 Really tapping into what really you want
 Goal does not depend anyone to achieve it
 Stand in accomplishment - step into time
 If anything would make this more make it now
 Think the significant people in your life
 Realisation of this goal – to a higher goal
 Imagine yourself having achieved the goal
 Imagine what you want it to be
 Willing to commit & to do.
Now do it