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To be a successful person is a desire only. How much success is a goal. Can you imagine a football match without goal post. Similarly, to achieve success in your career you should have a clear goal. Goal setting is not a tough but tactful process. Lets look below to find how career goals can be defined.


Goal setting can be divided into 5 steps:

S – Specific: Your goal should be specific. It must have a definition. E.g. You want to look smart is not a specific goal. It can be “Loosing Your Weight”.

M – Measurable: Your goal should be measurable. Loosing weight is not enough. It can be “15 Kgs.”

A – Achievable: The goal should be achievable. At the age of 20 years with a weight of 130 Kgs., loosing 70 Kgs. of weight can not be achieved.

R – Realistic: The goal should be realistic. Unreal goals are are not met.

T – Time bound: The goal should be Time Bound also. It should have the starting and the Finishing time. To continue with the same example, it can be 90 days starting today.

In your career, job, profession and business, you should have a “ S M A R T” Goal. It should be big enough.

“Small Fire can not give Big Heat : Small Desire can not give Big Success” 



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