Category Archives: Goal Setting

How To Get The Most From Your Employees

Production is at the center of all business.  Knowing exactly how much you’re getting from your managerial staff and the employees working under is imperative.  Under-performing sectors of the office can shed light on quarterly gains/losses, and it’s here where … Continue reading

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Tithing Time

We are all looking for more time. We all claim that there is insufficient time in our days to accomplish anything, let alone something we actually want to accomplish. My solution to this is the biblical concept of tithing. Take … Continue reading

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9 Motivational Quotes About Goals

Napoleon Hill “A goal is a dream with a deadline.” Zig Ziglar “Goals are dreams we convert to plans and take action to fulfill.” Unknown author “Goals that are not written down are just wishes.” Jim Rohn “Goals. There’s no … Continue reading

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The Value of Writing Down Goals

One of the most important aspects to the process of goal settings is to first establish and define your goal. The truth of this evident in a statement made by Lee Iacocca: “The discipline of writing something down is the … Continue reading

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Realizing the Full Potential of Your Goal

If you’re like most, you have probably made a few resolutions for the upcoming year. And if you’re like most, you’re probably wondering what went wrong with all those wonderful intentions. You may be asking yourself, ‘Why can’t I stick … Continue reading

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3 C’s for Success

There are three (3) things that are always included in the successful conclusion to a successful goal cycle. They are: commitment, completion and closure. Commitment. Unless the person making the goal is committed to working on and towards a particular … Continue reading

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100% Responsibility

Too often we find that we blame others for issues that impact us and our lives. We suggest that our life is the result of what others have done or are doing and we eliminate our responsibility towards those events. … Continue reading

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Ordinary Efforts

Even ordinary efforts, given enough time, can produce extraordinary outcomes.

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Five Resolutions For the Learning Organization

It seems that we have the idea that New Year’s Resolutions should apply only to our personal issues, such as health, career, and family. As learning and development professionals, we can make five simple resolutions for 2009 and pave the … Continue reading

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