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There has been a lot written about goal setting. We still like this approach. 

Specific 

The first term stresses the need for a specific goal over and against a more general one. This means the goal is clear and unambiguous. To make goals specific, they must tell a team exactly what is expected, why is it important, who’s involved, where is it going to happen and which attributes are important. A specific goal will usually answer the five "W" questions:  Continue reading

Put More Time Into Every Day

Having too many of those days that are just too short to get everything done? The ‘to do’ list gets longer and there’s no end in sight. You’re not alone in feeling like this, and here’s what can be done about it.

Start by making a list of everything that you do on a regular basis. Some will be daily events, some need doing each week, some only once a month. Be as complete as you possibly can – whether it’s a personal appointment for a haircut or a regular game of golf on Saturday. This list also includes general areas like the time you spend at your desk taking care of the mundane details of the business. Break it down into as much detail as possible, but even if it’s just ‘being there’ put it on the list.

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