Goal achievement

‘When our memories outweigh our dreams, we have grown old.’

Bill Clinton, former US president

A goal is an expression of future success that you can rationally and emotionally identify with. The goal always contains a representation of an opportunity achieved or a problem solved. In other words, ‘What does success look like?’ The opportunities and problems may be shared between you and a wider group or they might be personal to you.

This chapter covers the three interconnected areas of creating opportunities, solving problems and setting goals. The goal-setting element is then further split into two areas – goals and timelines. A further ...

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