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We all know that people with goals achieve more. We all know that the most commonly cited success characteristic is a focus on achieving goals. But, what makes a goal great and successful. Weekdone takes a deep dive into the anatomy of a successful goal and breaks into pieces, so we could all learn how to set and achieve great goals.
Anatomy of a
By Weekdone goal setting
The most commonly cited
success characteristic is a
focus on achieving goals.
People with goals
achieve 10 times as
much as other people
Heart: Goal is a desire. It’s something you want to do.
Brain: Successful goals know how they should be
achieved. Part of a goal is knowing how to do them.
Muscles: Great goals are achievable because both
Heart and Brain tell Muscles what to do and where to
Goal combines of parts that
work together. Like a human.
A desired result a person or a
system envisions, plans and
commits to achieve a personal
or organizational desired
end-point in some sort of
Two thirds of senior managers can’t name their firms’
51% of top team members say they have a clear sense of
how major initiatives and priorities fit together.
30% of those directly reporting to senior executives clearly
understand the connections between corporate priorities.
16% of front-line employees clearly understand the
connections between corporate priorities.
83% of the population
does not have goals
14% have a plan in mind,
but no written goals
3% have goals written down
· Specific – they are clearly understood by everyone in
· Measurable – you can always get a clear idea of how
well you're doing
· Achievable – when planning, there's no point in
deciding to fulfill all dreams in a year.
· Relevant – the goals you set must be important for
· Time-bound – they have a specific due date for
Use Objectives and Key Results
to set clear SMART goals and
get more done.
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1. Objectives. Start by defining
3-5 key objectives on company,
team, or personal levels.
2. Results. Under each objective,
define 3-4 measurable results.
OKRs is the ideal solution if you want
to implement a goal setting system and
move your people in right direction.
The three things most managers want:
· Clear goals
· Tools to do their work well
· An easy feedback system.
Set your goals with Weekdone
Weekly progress report
and goal setting tool
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