Knowing how to set working goals is one of the skills that
separates people who remain on the same dead-end job and those who move to
better jobs and upper levels of government. When you cook all the fluff,
jargon, etc. Any successful business, it’s all about setting goals. In fact,
almost every company of any size has a so-called mission, and this statement is
nothing more than an overall goal that summarizes the overall picture of what
the firm is trying to do.
Unfortunately, you do not get any classes in college about
how to set working goals. This is sad because if we had such classes in
college, and anyone who received a bachelor’s degree in business had to take
it, American productivity would probably be much higher than it is now. Anyone
who does not work to achieve the goal just turns the wheels and stagnates. And
do not think that your bosses will not notice.
They will. Yes, they will give
you goals for work, but the difference between the job of a mill worker and a
superstar that rises to the top is that one group knows how to set working
goals for themselves without assigning them, and the other is waiting to be
told, what to do. One of them stagnates, and the other pursues its goals with
So, you are reading this to find the starting point for
starting to set some working goals. First, it is all about you. You must first
ask and answer the following questions:
1. Are you satisfied with your company?
2. If yes, how high do you want to move into the company?
3. If not, how does your current job move you to where you
want to be?
4. If it is not, then in which field do you want to go and
how high do you want to move in this field?
Although these questions are short, and by that time they will
start moving forward. After you answer them, you will have a mission, from a
You just have to learn how to set goals if you want to
maximize your career success. This is not something that is natural for many
people. If you have a mentor at work or in your area that inspires you, you can
ask them how they got to the position in which they are: what kind of
education, special training, connections or portfolio they have. They can help.
Also, find online resources for how to set up work goals and
execute them. Once you do this, and you begin to apply them to work, you will
be surprised at how much more you can achieve not only in your workplace but