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[VIDEO] Setting Goals & Establishing Priorities | 99 Years of Motivation | Khalil-Ghibran

Set priorities Using your values, beliefs, vision and strategy as a guide - establish priority issues for the coming year. Presuming your resources are limited, you may not be able to impact all areas of the business at once. Take a look at the following list - in which of these areas do you most want to make a difference? product development market penetration revenue and profit customer satisfaction technology and product quality intellectual capital productivity strategic relationships new customer growth geographic expansion employee retention community and global impact Facebook: Twitter: Add other areas which are relevant to your business. Then choose which you will focus your attention on. Some prioritizing questions to ask are: What particular area is important? By important I mean that which will move you forward in the direction of your vision, goals, etc. Why is that area important? What will a shift in a particular area provide to the business (or specific categories of stakeholders)? What will not causing that shift cost the business? Once you have decided in which areas you will focus your efforts on (and also which will not receive much attention), you then establish goals, or measures for success. Here is where things can get tricky. The standard approach to establishing measures for success is to "look around" and try to figure out what is practical. "We did X last year, now we'll do X plus 10%." Then you think about what you know how to do. "Well, we know how to do an extra 10%. Good - that's what we'll shoot for." Email Marketing Bundle- 600+ Online Training Courses + Free 950 Million Email List + Free Social Bots And Many More: The catch is, this approach will get you some pretty practical, incremental, and average results. And while there is certainly nothing wrong with average results, my guess is, that is not why you are reading this article. To get extraordinary, breakthrough results, you have to step outside your normal confines and dream a little. Set your goals by considering what will move you rapidly towards realizing your vision, what will quickly implement your strategy, and go from there. Set goals - establish success measures which will inspire you! Do not think about how you will achieve the measures or goals before you set them. That will only limit your thinking. Here's the secret to becoming a great copywriter: You are about to get full-blown access to money-making software that's jammed thousands of dollars into my forex account in the last few months: Never Seen Before! This Smart And Easy To Use Software Is Helping Forex Traders To Increase Their Profitability With Any System: Bots Room Has Been Around For Over 6 Years And Is The Community Everyone Uses For Strategy Development For Options And Forex. With Market Veterans With Over 20 Years Of Experience : Trade Microcap Stocks With Real Potential: For business inquiries: For business capital:


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