Goal Setting: Why You're Doing it Wrong


Many people fail to achieve their goals because they identify an outcome without also identifying the underlying motivation of that outcome. Without knowing your intentions, you make it too easy to sleep in instead of going to the gym, or let blogging fall by the wayside when more important things seem to come up (they always will).

Setting yourself up for a successful year means getting clear on what you’re really going for and why —before you make a list of what you want to achieve. If you’re committed to really achieving something big this year, give your goals the focus and time they need to thrive by laying a better, deeper groundwork first.

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Before you begin, make sure that your goals are SMART - Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely. The first step is always to appreciate the accomplishments you've already made and the goals you've already reached. Once you've done that, you can then start to chip away at the big picture. And once you have that big picture, it becomes all the more easier to break it up into tinier pieces in order to accomplish it piece by piece.

At Tech Impact, reaching your goals is something we can, and often love to aide in. Any way we can help to optimize your operations and help your organization gain the success it deserves is our goal. Whether it's helping you to better utilize Microsoft 365, or maybe to manage your technology as a nonprofit organization, we love to see our clients succeed and love to help them any way we can.


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