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Anatomy of a Successful Goal

We all know that people with goals achieve more. We all know that the most commonly cited success characteristic is a focus on achieving goals. But, what makes a goal great and successful. Weekdone takes a deep dive into the anatomy of a successful goal and breaks into pieces, so we could all learn how to set and achieve great goals.

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Anatomy of a Successful Goal

  1. 1. Anatomy of a Successful Goal By Weekdone goal setting
  2. 2. The most commonly cited success characteristic is a focus on achieving goals. People with goals achieve 10 times as much as other people
  3. 3. Heart: Goal is a desire. It’s something you want to do. Brain: Successful goals know how they should be achieved. Part of a goal is knowing how to do them. Muscles: Great goals are achievable because both Heart and Brain tell Muscles what to do and where to move. ǽ Goal combines of parts that work together. Like a human.
  4. 4. GOALS ARE: A desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development.
  5. 5. THE PROBLEM: Two thirds of senior managers can’t name their firms’ top priorities. 51% of top team members say they have a clear sense of how major initiatives and priorities fit together. 30% of those directly reporting to senior executives clearly understand the connections between corporate priorities. 16% of front-line employees clearly understand the connections between corporate priorities.
  6. 6. 83% of the population does not have goals 14% have a plan in mind, but no written goals 3% have goals written down
  7. 7. CLEAR GOALS ARE SMART · Specific – they are clearly understood by everyone in the team · Measurable – you can always get a clear idea of how well you're doing · Achievable – when planning, there's no point in deciding to fulfill all dreams in a year. · Relevant – the goals you set must be important for your company. · Time-bound – they have a specific due date for completion
  8. 8. Use Objectives and Key Results to set clear SMART goals and get more done. CLICK TO START
  9. 9. 1. Objectives. Start by defining 3-5 key objectives on company, team, or personal levels. 2. Results. Under each objective, define 3-4 measurable results. OKRS ARE:
  10. 10. OKRs is the ideal solution if you want to implement a goal setting system and move your people in right direction. The three things most managers want: · Clear goals · Tools to do their work well · An easy feedback system.
  11. 11. Set your goals with Weekdone Weekly progress report and goal setting tool www.weekdone.com CLICK TO START
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