Transform your goals

Juling, Jim
January 2009
Smart Business Los Angeles;Jan2009, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p5
The article looks at the significance of transforming goals to become an effective leader who delivers results. Based on the case of a coaching client, the man regularly set goals for himself and for his team, however, he seldom achieved them. Upon analysis of his goal-setting priorities, one difficulty observed was saying no to the relatively important idea. In this case, it has been concluded that limiting the number of goals is the only way to ensure that enough time and talent will be applied to achieve results.


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