Tuesday, August 14, 2012

SIX EASY STEPS - HOW TO SET WRITING GOALS.


Six easy steps - How to set writing goals. For the question of how to set goals, I have a very simple process that you can go through to set your writing goals. These steps can help you achieve your dreams and goals more easily. Also, know you can apply these steps to every aspect of your life in order to lead a happy life. Setting personal goals will help your achieve life expectations.
     1. Write your goals down. Make sure the goals are SMART and top quality goals. - Please pay attention to this. You must write your goals down on a piece of paper. If not, they will only become dreams.
     You should limit your goals to between 5 and 6 at any one time. To achieve your goals you have to focus your efforts and energy. As you progress and complete goals, you may add new goals.
     2. List the skills and knowledge required to reach your goal. - Success needs a lot of preparation. If you want to be successful, you need to prepare well. Nothing happens just by accident. Take a look at all of the factors that are keeping you from accomplishing your goal and develop a plan to overcome them.
     You also need to find out the people or group you need to work with to reach your goals. Fully mobilize all the factors to help you achieve your goals.
     3. Develop a personal action plan. - You need to make a detailed schedule according to your goals. Develop a personal action plan and follow it.
     4. Review your progress and update your goals accordingly. - Make sure you are making progress. If not, analyze why the goal is not being met. Find a coach or friend to help you if you have trouble. Realize your goals step by step.
     5. Celebrate your success - When you achieve your goals - Congratulations! Thank yourself for all your hard work and celebrate your success.
     6. Start the process all over again. - When you have achieved a goal, you may set a new one from the beginning. Cultivate good goal setting habits.
     Goal setting is a life-long process. Once you have completed one goal, you should work on a new goal. You are walking your way to success.
     Now you understand how to set goals. 

4 comments:

Laura Briese said...

Thanks for the tips! ;)

Rita Karnopp said...

:) You're welcome.

Becky Black said...

That part about reviewing them is so often left out of advice about goals, but it's key in my opinion. If you don't keep taking a look at that list and checking your progress, then it's like making a shopping list and never going to the store.

Sherry Gloag said...

YOu've offered some pointers I've never have thought of, Thanks for sharing.

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