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Tired of goals and New Year resolutions that don't work? This short ebook will help you create the inspiring goals to live your best life. If someone were to ask you right now what you really want for your life, what would you say? Many people draw a complete blank to this question, or at the very. Book Description - ISBN (32 Pages) This free eBook will teach you proven strategies for setting goals that will inspire you and your team to .

Prioritizing goals is just as important as setting them as it enables you to work effectively and rationally in attaining those goals that are most important and aid in you completing others. You will learn: The theories that underpin goal setting and motivation. How to turn aspirations into clear 'goal statements'. The key to persuading team members to download into the goals you set. How to recognize situations where traditional goal setting won't work.

Lastly, the F for feedback is the glue that holds all these 4 Cs together. It is essential to provide your team and yourself feedback about the progress of each goal, just so everyone is on the same page and that you are truthful to yourself.

So whether I'm telling my sales team about the quota they have to hit the next month or if I'm telling my boys how to complete the tree house by the end of the month, the 4C F model assists us along the way.

This method has enabled me to attain 9 out of 10 goals I set in life, whether they are to do with my professional or personal life. Besides this, there are 2 other methods given in this book to help set goals. This method is covered in other books I've read but it was clearly described here too.

The authors suggest using the two methods together SMART and 4CF and I can see how that would help to overcome the limitations of using either one or the other. Obviously, there would be some work involved but it would make sense if the goal was sufficiently important.

The last method is Backwards Goal Setting, which I personally didn't find as useful as the other two techniques, but it may work for certain people out there. However, I recommend people to read this book, regardless of whether they are a homemaker taking care of kids or the CEO of a company. The beauty of it is that anyone can read, understand, and implement the tips mentioned in this book. Dave Lawrence Short and Sweet I rate this book because it is not full of unnecessary padding and one of my goals is to make better use of my time.

There are a couple of useful checklists on the website for goal setting as well but these aren't mentioned in the book which is a shame. Also, it was the first time I put a book on my Kindle I didn't download from site and it took a while to figure out how to do it, although I later found some instructions on the website which would have helped.

I am so glad that I didn't. Typically you get what you pay for, but this was NOT the case. This is one of the best books that I have ever read as far as goals are concerned. I have always put a lot of emphasis on goals. I think it's important for me and my team to set goals. My problem has always been achieving those goals. I could not ever figure out where I went wrong.

Why am I not meeting my goals? After reading this book I realized that the problem was the way I was setting my goals. I learned from this book to set achievable goals. Even though I have always thought it was important to set goals, I did not know that there were so many beneficial reasons to do it. As the book states, there are four reasons to set goals. Goals can motivate people to use their time management skills, can keep teams driven to the end of their task, can stimulate team members to go the extra mile, and causes people to use their resourcefulness to make long term choices.

This book also puts an emphasis on the importance of the goal that you set and the way you set them. Goals need to be specific. Two factors are used when making a goal. The goal needs to be accepted and also there must be feedback from the team so that your goals can actually be achieved. The book outlines three methods used to set goals.

SMART is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely. Backward Goal Setting is working backwards form the end goal. These methods were meant to be used in combination of each other. Using two ways is the best way to ensure that your goal has been effectively set.

By choosing only one of these methods can be good; it can also leave some areas of improvement. I personally realized that I wasn't really using any method to set my goals.

I used to choose something that I wanted to accomplish and then tried to make a plan as to how to achieve it.

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I feel like using those two together really covers everything needed for me to effectively set my goals. But this book was different because it contained a lot of valuable information on setting goals and achieving them, all for no cost.

There are a few aspects I really enjoyed about this book, besides the facts that it is succinct and hits the nail on its head. I didn't have to read through hundreds of pages to pick up a few important points.

Setting ebook goal

To start with, the 4C F model explained in this book has really helped me clearly define achievable goals. The truth is, we all have the capability to set goals, but often, we set ourselves up for failure from the start because those goals are not clearly defined and there is no mapping in terms of how to reach those goals. The 4C F method states that each goal should be evaluated in terms of its Clarity, Challenge, Complexity, and the level of Commitment required to achieve it.

This personally helped me discover what I was doing wrong, which was that I never made a systematic process when making goals. This method truly helped me approach goal setting in an almost scientific and clinical manner, which only assured that I reach a goal every time I set it. I now make sure every goal I set is clear, that I am motivated to attain it, I understand its complexity, and that I allocate the resources needed to achieve the goal within a finite period of time.

Lastly, the F for feedback is the glue that holds all these 4 Cs together. It is essential to provide your team and yourself feedback about the progress of each goal, just so everyone is on the same page and that you are truthful to yourself.

So whether I'm telling my sales team about the quota they have to hit the next month or if I'm telling my boys how to complete the tree house by the end of the month, the 4C F model assists us along the way.

This method has enabled me to attain 9 out of 10 goals I set in life, whether they are to do with my professional or personal life.

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Besides this, there are 2 other methods given in this book to help set goals. This method is covered in other books I've read but it was clearly described here too. The authors suggest using the two methods together SMART and 4CF and I can see how that would help to overcome the limitations of using either one or the other.

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Obviously, there would be some work involved but it would make sense if the goal was sufficiently important. The last method is Backwards Goal Setting, which I personally didn't find as useful as the other two techniques, but it may work for certain people out there. However, I recommend people to read this book, regardless of whether they are a homemaker taking care of kids or the CEO of a company.

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The beauty of it is that anyone can read, understand, and implement the tips mentioned in this book. Dave Lawrence Short and Sweet I rate this book because it is not full of unnecessary padding and one of my goals is to make better use of my time. There are a couple of useful checklists on the website for goal setting as well but these aren't mentioned in the book which is a shame.

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Also, it was the first time I put a book on my Kindle I didn't download from site and it took a while to figure out how to do it, although I later found some instructions on the website which would have helped. I am so glad that I didn't. Typically you get what you pay for, but this was NOT the case. This is one of the best books that I have ever read as far as goals are concerned. I have always put a lot of emphasis on goals. I think it's important for me and my team to set goals. My problem has always been achieving those goals.

I could not ever figure out where I went wrong.

Why am I not meeting my goals? After reading this book I realized that the problem was the way I was setting my goals. I learned from this book to set achievable goals. Even though I have always thought it was important to set goals, I did not know that there were so many beneficial reasons to do it.

As the book states, there are four reasons to set goals. Goals can motivate people to use their time management skills, can keep teams driven to the end of their task, can stimulate team members to go the extra mile, and causes people to use their resourcefulness to make long term choices.

Goal Setting EBook

This book also puts an emphasis on the importance of the goal that you set and the way you set them. Goals need to be specific. Two factors are used when making a goal. The goal needs to be accepted and also there must be feedback from the team so that your goals can actually be achieved.