Find your Motivation then use SMART goals to succeed
Saturday, 6 May 2017
Once you have defined what motivates you through working through what you want to achieve in your life, and understanding where you are in terms of your all-around balance between Mental, Physical, Emotional and Spiritual desires the ability to set goals and make plans to achieve them is KEY to success.
Goal-setting will do more to help you achieve the things you want in life than will anything else.
The reward for establishing goals and making plans for them is being able to choose the kind of life you want to live.
Less than 3% of adults have written goals. Less than 1% review and rewrite their goals daily. A goal that is not written is still just a dream.
That means, if today you started writing down your dreams, and specify your goals every day from today forward, you would immediately move into the top 1% of all people!
If you’re in a leadership role, goal-setting is essential to motivating your team. But if you really want to maximise your goal-setting and goal-achieving skills, you must set SMART goals.
This acronym stands for:
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = Achievable
R = Relevant
T = Time-bound
Most of the problems with goal-achieving are related to a lack of clarity in setting the goal in the first place. With SMART goals, both your personal and business goals will be perfectly clear to everyone.
The other problems will arise if you do not have the right ‘positive’ motivations and or your people are not motivated to succeed.
DEFINE WINNING so people know what they are striving for.
A manager’s job is to ensure his or her people achieve their goals. If people have been assigned too much, it is the manager’s job to reassess, provide support or distribute parts of the project/task to other members of the team making sure everyone WINS.
You build great teams by getting great results, reward everyone for the win and build a strong team culture. MAJOR work goals should always have celebrations attached, these MAJOR rewards that acknowledge the performance of the individuals and the team.
Ensuring you motivate teams to achieve this success.
To get to major goals you need to plan your milestones, each milestone should come with an appropriate award, not necessarily of large monetary value but something that acknowledges the achievement.
Map your project success to the teams individual personal goals and you have the formula for success, retention and a happy work environment.
This all takes planning and the first 5-10% of planning should be identifying what the major goals is, then what milestones you need to get there.
Do something every day that moves you towards achieving your major goals.
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