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How to Design Your Life (My Process For Achieving Goals)

In the process, you will know what actions are effective and what are not. 6. Employ people who share your dreams and ideas. They may not share your concept on how to do things but if these people share your vision, they will at least give you alternative routes in reaching your goal. These alternative routes represent their own view with the world and their belief in doing things. Of course it is only natural that some aspect of your professional goals are preset in your personal goal setting and vice versa. This is only natural. But it should be clear that from this two types of goal setting, you should a priority; don't swallow too much even if it's a good thing. It is also important to come up with a list of specific goals in aid for the major goal, in descending order, that is, the most important part being in the top of the list. In goal setting and general planning, specific can spell a difference between a lousy goal against a well thought one. In actual planning or goal setting, the people involved, the places concerned, financial needs, reasons, objectives, and all other stuff needed in any planning should be specific. If, for example, a person is entrusted to carry out a particular job for the whole company, that person should be named, not only the department she or he represents. Physics law of inertia states that without a force or action imposed on an object, no motion or movement can take place. The same is true with your life. No pain, no gain. In order to achieve goals, it is imperative that you act yourself. You have to think deeply, dream greatly and act immediately if you want to achieve something in your life. It will only confuse your goal and is in violation of the first principle. 3. Prioritize. If you're up to something bigger, and even a simple one, chances are that you must come up with a list of several goals. But be aware that multiple goal setting sometimes doesn't work. You should have priorities. The second type of workers would be those who are always cramming to complete tasks or work things out at the last minute. A thorough analysis of the situations of the two types of workers would certainly lead you to the idea that the two differ from each other through their time management practices. 

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