If I asked you this one question, could you answer it without a pause – “what are you trying to accomplish?”
It’s funny that when we’re asked what we don’t like – pick any topic – we can’t wait to elucidate.
It’s virtually impossible to set a meaningful goal without knowing what it is first.
In Dale Carnegie Training problem solving begins with this question “what is the problem” because human nature being what it is, our tendency is to start coming up with solutions even before we can clearly state the problem.
The same with goal setting.
Think of a smartphone with a Waze or Google Maps app on it – even today’s technology requires us to clearly state where we want to go before we see the path to get there.
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