Web Blog of Connie Vines, author or multi-genre fiction. Awards: H.O.L.T. Medallion (Honoring Outstanding Literary Talent), Orange Rose, Award of Excellence--Contemporary Romance; Independent eBook Award, Dream Realm Award. National Book Award and Frankfurt Book Award, nominee--YA Historical Fiction. Blog includes guest bloggers and snippets of WIP.
you have set
your lifetime goals, set a 25 year plan of smaller goals that you should
From there you can just shorten your overall goal spans, for example, you set a
5 year goal plan, 1 year goal plan, 6 month goal plan, and 1 month goal of
progressively smaller goals that you should reach to achieve your lifetime
goals. Each of these goals should be based on the previous plan.
see, by starting out slowly, you are giving yourself the chance to realize and
work on achieving the goals that you set out to do.
create a “things to do list” that you should do today to work towards your lifetime goals. At
an early stage these goals may be to read books, gather information and learn
some knowledge. These will help you achieve long-term goals.
also need to review your plans and to ensure that they fit the way in which you
want to live your life.
you have decided your first set of plans, keep the process going by reviewing
and updating your ‘things to do list’ on a daily basis.
need to periodically review the long-term goal planning, and revise them to reflect
your changing priorities and experience in your life.
personal goals - Setting personal goals has been widely used by professional
athletes, successful business people and all other fields. It proves out to be
very useful. It can give you long term vision and short term motivation.
personal goals is a vision you hold in your mind of an end result. The end result you hold in
your mind represents the achievement of something you want to BE, DO or HAVE.
one way to work out your goal is to answer these three questions:
What do I
want to be?
What do I want to do?
What do I want to have?
you can answer these questions. Answer them honestly and you will have your own
setting personal goals, you may choose goals that are necessary for your health or
happiness. There are also many other aspects for life too. Setting personal
goals can be in these areas:
Attitude: Attitude is everything. Your attitude can determine whether ‘you
will’ be successful. Is any part of your mindset holding you back from making
progress? Do you talk too much but seldom do anything? If so, take time to
confront your negative attitude and find a solution to change it.
Do you love
your job? What level do you want to reach in three year’s time? And in five
year’s time? Do you have the skills for promotion?
Education: Are you still growing and learning? The world is changing fast. We
have to continue learning to catch up with the world. Learning is a life- long
process. We should learn all our lives and never stop.
Family: How much time do you spend with your family every day? Are you too
busy to stay with them? Do you want to do something for them? Family is not
only our living space, but also our spiritual home.
Financial: How much do you want to earn by what age in your life? What can
you do to make them come about?
Health: Are you satisfied with your current health? Do you want good
health deep into old age? What steps are you going to take to achieve physical
and mental health?
Pleasure: How do you want to enjoy yourself? Do you have a hobby? Do you
have good friends to enrich your life? You should ensure your life to be happy.
Service: Do you want to make the world a better place?
What can you do for them? You can show your love by contributing to the public
are the areas that you can consider when planning your personal goal setting.
You may ask yourself the BE, DO, HAVE questions for each of these areas. Soon
you will figure out your personal goal.
is multifaceted, you need to set your personal goals in all these areas. And
this will enrich your life.