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Kristina Winkle
over 1 year ago
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.meet a challenge I'm faced with and adjust to my work environment

I'm trustworthy ,being a hard worker and excellent team player..I .I love learning new things as well as striving for a challenge or goals..you need it I got it...

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Jason Roberson
over 2 years ago
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Are Your Goals Written Down?

If not you are doing yourself a disservice! Here are 3 reason to write your goals down TODAY.

More likely to succeed: According to a long term Harvard study on written goals; students with written and defined goals earn 10x as much money as the other 97 percent of the class COMBINED. WOW! (Forbes magazine)

Emotion Proof your days: When we are hit with a life blow or are just having a bad day, we can unknowingly panic and get off the true goal path. You may need to find a job before the next rent is due but today the stress is so heavy that instead of hitting your goal for applications submitted you start to look for quick money. Maybe you waste the day doing online surveys that never seem to pay you. At the end of the day your diversion from the goal path has taken you backwards. You lost focus on solutions and worked on short-term fixes. That means instead getting a new pipe under the sink you tape the leak. When we fall off the goal path just like a taped pipe the problem will come back in a worst state in the future.

When our goals are written we can refer to them and avoid the steps backward caused by emotional upheaval.

We know what to do at every moment! The incredible thing about goals is they provide us with a clear direction on action at every moment. We can at any time ask ourselves. “Will this get me closer or further from my goal?” From this point and magic question we can make the choice that empowers our life.

Action steps: Write down some goals that are based on what you desire and not so much based or just escaping the current situation. If you need work immediately set a goal that is passed you just getting a job and is more toward you having the resources you need already in hand. You are a powerful creator of life don’t sell yourself short when writing goals.

You Got This!

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TONY HIGGINS
over 3 years ago
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my FIRST THINGs on my Do list

#1. [email protected] yourself. Use your weekend to advance your career. #2.Job Trends. Look for a New Job in 2017. #3.Negotiation. Trust your gut went it come to get a job offer.! 4#.Set your Gold for 2017. Look your for the Best job categories for New Career in2017.

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Alwin Diaz-Gomez
about 1 year ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #MultinationalLifeinsuamce at #Multinationallifeinsurance ...

I think Could have done more and help more people getting their goals

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Patrick Coppedge
10 months ago
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IMPORTANCE OF SETTING GOALS

Define Your Life By Setting Goals

Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the fuel to our journey. It is very important that we realize the significance and importance of goal-setting and apply this practice in our life.

Goals are a conscious decision you make to help you clearly define and understand where you are and where you want to be. Setting goals gives you a defined purpose and a road-map to get there.

This article will try to convince you that goals are a valuable tool in creating the type of life you want.

Reasons Why Goals Are Important

1. Goals require you to identify what you really want. Only when you know what you want to achieve can you make that your goal or objective. When you sit down to think about the types of goals you want to set, you are forced to consider what truly matters to you. This process is very revealing. You are required to look inwards at your core values and identify specific aims that are in accordance with those values. When your goals and your values are in harmony, you will live a life of greater internal peace.

2. Goals provide a roadmap to follow. A life without goals is one of aimless wandering. Some people may find this an adequate or enjoyable way of living, and that’s okay. But most of us will feel more at ease in our lives when we have a direction to follow. Goals provide this direction. When you have a goal, it requires you to figure out a way to go from where you are now to where you’d like to be. A goal is your destination and it’s up to you to find the most appropriate way of getting there. And once you have that roadmap, it helps you to make adjustments to your actions should you begin to veer off course.

3. Goals give you hope. Goals are aspirations. They are visions of the ways in which our lives might be made better. That is a powerful thing. When you can see a better life with clarity and you have an idea of how to reach it, you are filled with hope. Hope is one of the most incredible feelings. It inspires and energizes, and it makes any hardship we currently endure seem less permanent. Hope is the light at the end of the tunnel that keeps us taking forward steps to reach it. Hope for a better future is responsible for many of the advancements in humanity and it can have an equally important role to play for the individual. Hope, alone, is reason enough to set goals.

4. Goals make things seem more achievable. One of the ways in which goals can give us hope is by taking something which seemed out of reach and making it a real possibility. Remember, goals help you to identify a route from A to B, and all you have to do is follow this route. No longer is a better future too difficult to achieve. You know what you need to do. All it takes is the right actions and the right attitude and you can take what once felt like a mountain and turn it into a less daunting hill.

5. Goals lead to action. Success comes when action is taken. You have to do things in order to change your current situation and move toward your preferred situation. When you have a clear and manageable goal, it spurs you on to take action. The very first step can only be taken when you know where you are headed. Otherwise, you may end up going in the wrong direction. So not only do goals lead to action, they lead to the right kind of action.

6. Goals can keep you focused. When you have a clear goal in mind and you have developed a roadmap of how to achieve it, you can steer clear of things that might pull you off course or slow you down. When something comes along that has the potential to consume your attention, you can ask whether it is helping you to achieve your goal. If it’s not, you can choose to ignore that distraction and maintain focus on the actions that will take you a step closer to your ideal endpoint. Without a goal to work toward, you will be easily swayed by the lure of immediate gratification. Your focus will not be on those things that might improve your life.

7. Goals allow you to measure progress. Goals that are specific provide ample opportunity to judge how far you have come. You can measure the changes that you have so far achieved and calculate how far you have left to go. This is helpful because it keeps you on track, gives you an idea of timeframes, and keeps you motivated. For example, if you need to save $3,000 for a down payment on a new car, you can take stock on a monthly basis to see how much you’ve managed to save. You can use this information to adjust your lifestyle if you aren’t on track to meet your goal by your deadline. Or you can treat yourself just a little if you are significantly exceeding your targets.

8. Goals generate momentum. Pursuing a goal is a bit like pushing a boulder up a hill. But the summit is not the goal. The summit is merely the point where things start to get easier. At first, you have to put in some real effort and it can seem insurmountable. But once you're over the hump, you begin to pick up speed as you head down the other side. The previous point talked about measuring progress and it is this progress that creates momentum over time. At first, progress can seem a little slow and the changes you are making seem difficult to maintain. But after a while, the realization that you are moving in the right direction only serves to make things easier and more manageable. Progress builds upon progress and you are more likely to speed up as you get closer to your goal.

9. Goals provide a worth ethic. Putting in hard work is not always enjoyable. Doing so without a clear end point in mind is not sustainable. But having a goal gives you a reason to work hard. You know why those long hours are necessary. You are prepared to put in the blood, sweat, and tears because you see the rewards of doing so. You aren’t just working for the sake of working. You are building something of value for your future. Having a goal is motivation in itself.

10. Goals boost self-belief and self-confidence. To be more accurate, achieving a goal can boost the belief we have in ourselves and the confidence we have in our abilities. So setting and achieving small goals can give you the belief you need to set and tackle even bigger goals. And when we face challenges, even when we fail at something, we can look back on the goals we have achieved and find inspiration to try again.

11. Goals make you more resolute. Time is one of the resources available to you. Money is another. When people try to tempt you away from your path and use your precious resources for other things, a goal can help you to say no. Without a goal, you might see no reason NOT to get distracted or to indulge a bit too much. But knowing the likely consequences of doing so in regards to your goal can help you to stick to your guns. You’ll be able to turn down invitations or put limits on the amount of time, money, or other resources you are willing to use.

12. Goals give you a why. Many of the points above can be summarized by saying that a goal provides you with a reason why you do the things that you do. Goals give you direction and purpose and help you to find enjoyment and contentment in your life. Goals guide your actions, they energize you, they remind you that you are on the right track. You can’t feel lost if you have clear goals to work toward.

A final word on goals and journeys.

As much as this article is designed to convince you of the importance of goals, you should not see the goals themselves as the be all an end all. No goal is a final destination, but merely a waypoint in life.

Remember, the journey is as important as the goal itself. Life is the culmination of all your hard work and effort, along with the rewards or benefits that come from it. Don’t allow your focus to become so consumed by the goal that you don’t enjoy the ups and downs of reaching it. Life is to be lived in the present moment, even if that moment involves you working toward something for tomorrow.

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Kevin Johnson
almost 4 years ago
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A-social...B+ student

Set goals at 8 years old. Still pursuing. Boss man says relax. Work-a-holics not so anonymous. Just me. What do I do now? NO moon and New York City. Start with the pressures I guess.

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Michael Carvalho
about 2 months ago
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Thinking Out Loud

When you start something and apply your all to finish what you started. This is key to all things in live. #workfromhome #coronavirus #hiringevents #interview #jobsearch #application #goals

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Peter Lebedev
over 5 years ago
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Very interesting interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger

If you have about 1h15m to waste :), listed to Arnold Schwarzenegger's interview. It will be time worth spent, then. http://fourhourworkweek.com/2015/02/02/arnold-schwarzenegger/ #careers #motivation #goals

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Jobcase Team
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over 3 years ago
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Day 15: Congrats, You’re Halfway There!

We’re so proud of you for making it to Day 15!

Over the past couple weeks, you’ve been laying the foundation for a great 2017. But now’s not the time to relax - there’s still work to be done.

That’s why today’s challenge is all about asking people on our community to keep you on track toward keeping your goals.

Need help with your goals? Got awesome advice for other Jobcasers? Share your Daily Challenge experiences here or start your own post!

#JobcaseDailyChallenge

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Amanda Martinotti
over 1 year ago
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Is it really this hard?

I strive to gain a work from home job. I use to write contributor pieces for a blog but when they got shut down I was out of a job and being it only paid little I had to go back to retail. So now that I’m out of retail I am determined to get an at home job as a writer or virtual social media assistant #Goals #Writer #VirtualAssistant #Determination

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