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Goals and Goal Setting: Achieving Measured Objectives by Larrie Rouillard

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Task 1: Identify Opportunities for Goals
Questions: Where are specific goals found? Where does an organization or individual find
the best opportunities for creating goals?
Answer: All around you and the organization!
Goals can evolve from almost any aspect of your business or personal life so long
as they contribute to the fulfillment of your organizational or individual mission.
There is so much around us that we can use to produce meaningful, worthwhile
goals that it is sometimes helpful to focus on a smaller part of the goal opportu-
nity universe. One way to focus is to consider the motivation factor. If motivation
is a key factor in goal achievement, then we should seek out goal opportunities in
areas that contain built-in motivators.
Some primary areas that contain built-in motivators for goal opportunities

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