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Smart Goal Setting Priorities

Goal-setting is the method of taking active action to obtain the desired result. You may have a dream of being a professor, a cardiologist, or an artist. Each of these desires involves setting and achieving small (and large!) targets. These big milestones can be broken down into smaller, more realistic goals that will elevate you to success.

Implementation of Goal Setting in Distinct Parts of life

1. Health

The larger image is difficult to keep track of with far too much ultra-specific guidance out there on different workout methods and exercise areas. There are various health ambitions for everyone, ranging from wanting to stay healthy in general to seeing health as a lifestyle. We talked to some professional trainers about what some of the most important goals for health should be for just about everyone. These priorities will keep you grounded and force you to look at the big picture in your approach to integrating physical activity into your life.

2. Relations

What do good relationships take for granted? It will vary, but most people will usually acknowledge that all important aspects of a partnership are respect, friendship, mutual trust, sexual expression, protection and, sometimes, child care. You don’t need to waste much time in order to build a successful relationship. Only something you should never recall disrespecting or complaining about possessions.
Give love and gratitude to other people so that others can return the very same to you.

3. Job and Finance

It is about financial independence to take control of your finances. You have a stable cashflow that allows you to live the life that you want. You don’t have to think about how your bills or unexpected expenses are going to be paid. You’re not burdened, even with a mountain of debt.

It’s about realising that you need more cash to pay down debt or perhaps raise your income with a side business. It is all about managing the long-term financial situation by consciously preparing for an uncertain day or retirement.

For students , studying well is their job. They can focus on the number of hours of research, concentrate on their subjects, and many more. Students, too, should make their objectives perfectly clear.


Set all three types of goals: health, relationships and finance, but concentrate on achieving the most important objectives to give you the best chance of success. It is better to set one goal at a time, keeping in mind that if that goal is achieved, all other goals will be accomplished automatically.



Clarity is authority. If you want to meet them, your targets should be crystal clear.

An example of a non-specific objective: I would like to make more money.

Example of a particular goal: I want to make Rs 100,000 by affiliate marketing in profits next year.


A measurable purpose is one that helps you to break down into actionable elements (think process goals) that you are able to track.

An example of an unmeasurable objective: I would like to focus on my book.

An example of a measurable objective: For the next six months, I’d like to write two pages of my book every day.


Is your aim achievable? It is crucial to decide whether you have the time, money , and resources to accomplish this when setting your goals. You can dream, but being realistic is also necessary. By intelligent preparation, something that might seem unlikely right now can be done over time. So for your ambitions, please be realistically positive.

An example of an unattainable objective: I’d like to lose 10 kg by tomorrow. (Well, it’s not really possible, but if you cut off an arm, I think it’s still achievable).

An example of an realistic, but daunting goal: I want to lose 10 kh by working with a trainer by the end of my three months.

The key is that it should both be possible to achieve your goals and allow you to break them down into practical tasks that are actionable.


One that is, well, important to your vision is a relevant target. If it does not contribute in any way to your vision of life, ask yourself if the goal you are setting is really important.

Example of an insignificant objective: I want to start an online company, let ‘s say, so that I can finally leave my nine to five jobs.

An example of a valid objective: by the end of 2019, I want to make Rs100,000 in total revenue so that I can leave my nine to five jobs and be financially free.

Time bound

Every objective requires a deadline. It would be hard to hold yourself accountable on whether you are on track to accomplish it if you don’t set a target date for your objectives.

Remember the essay from college that was due the next night? Yep, deadlines are what cause huge action to be taken by people. So make sure that your priorities are time-bound.

An example of a non-time-bound objective: I want to finish writing this blog post.

An example of a time-bound objective: By tomorrow, I want to finish writing this blog post.


As time goes by, it’s necessary to determine if your priorities are on track. Without meaning them to be, you might have set objectives that are far too ambitious. That’s why it’s important to go back every once in a while to go over the goals you have set for yourself to ensure that you set realistic goals that are daunting, but achievable.


Whenever you reach a goal, smile in the mirror at yourself, go out for a nice meal, recognise yourself for the progress you’ve achieved. This is an vital move missed by many individuals, so make sure you reward yourself for doing good work because it repeats any action that gets rewarded.


How to be successful in setting goal in a different strategy?

In short, goal setting is just a process of dreaming and planning of one’s preferred future, and encouraging and empowering oneself to turn the dream into a reality with the help of a systematic game plan.

In the corporate / business world, we call it “strategic visionising”!

I want to share with you at this juncture a basic execution model for setting goals and achieving goals, which I have had the wonderful opportunity to test and fine-tune the road:

1) First and foremost, by exploring these issues, you know exactly what you want, and why you want them, in terms of persuasive, encouraging and over-arching long-range objectives and goals:

A) What would I want to be?

B) What would I want to do?

C) What would I like to have?

D) What would I like to improve on?

E) What would I like to change?

In conjunction with the following main aspects of life in your life:

I scholarly pursuit;

(ii) psychic development;

Iii) expectations for a career;

iv) physical fitness;

V) prosperity in financial terms;

Vi) relationships in the family (including romance);

Vii) social networking operations;

Viii) leisure activities (including hobbies, passions, games, holidays, etc.);

Ix) spiritual growth (including social contributions, volunteering etc.);

x) enterprising side-gigs, if any;

Take your time, just as you think about your future!

2) Convert all your long-range objectives and goals in (1) after completion of (1) into relevant, prioritised and executable tasks that you need to perform daily , weekly , monthly, quarterly, and even annually;

The cornerstone of your systematic game plan is this initiative!

3) Figure out the starting point, end point and the developmental course of transition points in between, with the end in mind as formulated in (1 ) and ( 2);

You can now factor in whatever learning programme / study plan / side-gig project plan you have in mind at this stage!

4) Define particular tasks that you need to perform before the endpoint at each transition point;

5) To assess your success or milestone milestones, create metrics;

6) Delegate and assign personal responsibility, as such tasks can need to be shared, such as, if any, with team members;

7) Define and marshal resources that are needed to accomplish all the work;

Money; Methods; Men; Machines; Materials; Metrics; and Mojo![I like to call them the 7 M’s. ]

8) Schedule a schedule for each predefined task to be completed;

9) As you drive on the Highway of Life, illustrate possible issues or obstacles that can arise;

10) Brainstorm a variety of potential methods with which to deal (9);

The findings of your brainstorming will form the basis of your strategy for contingency.

11) Institute some sort of framework to map, monitor and track your forward trajectory, such as a visual Pert Chart, as set out in your systematic game plan, in accordance with all the essential elements from (4) to (10);

12) Massive follow-up and continuous monitoring of the systematic game plan;

13) Bring intensive effort and concentrated execution into your sweat equity;

14) Keep focused on your strategic goals, but be versatile in your tactical implementation.