Now, I’ve never doubted the efficacy of setting goals and implementing plans to achieve them. We have personal and corporate goals here at Hermit Haus. We set and review them at least twice a year. We track progress to those goals to some degree on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. If fact, it sometimes feels like we spend more effort managing our goals than achieving them.
And I have personally had difficulty with setting goals and focusing on them. There are just so many methods of identifying, writing, and planning your goals. I mean, there are SMART goals, long-term goals, short-term goals, performance goals, outcome goals, process goals, enabling goals, sustaining goals, and the list could go on forever and ever, amen.