Know What You Want . . . to Get What You Want

In quiet, reflective moments, most of us would acknowledge that there is missing from our lives, something half finished, something envisioned but never realized. This something usually relates to a disconnect between who we are and what we do, between what we want and what we have, or between what we set out to do and what we achieve. We sense that we are underachieving relative to our potential and promise.

One constant reminder of this failure is our inability to set and meet goals consistently, to make good on our resolutions, and to keep our promises and commitments to ourselves as well as others.

Do you set goals?

Do you believe in setting goals

Do you know how to set goals?

Do you write them down and read them frequently?

Do you achieve many, if not most, of your goals?