What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.–Zig Ziglar
A goal, by definition, is the object of a person’s ambition or effort. Goals are what keep us moving forward in life, and reaching them gives us great satisfaction. But when it comes to work, 80% of people are not passionate about what they do. A goal could be something as simple as getting to work on time or as big as becoming the CEO of your company. But many times, when it comes to setting meaningful career goals, we don’t know where to focus our effort. Or, even when we set goals, we don’t know how to go about accomplishing them, or we quickly give up. The following three tips can help.
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