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Every human sets goals consciously or unconsciously. If you decide to walk from Point A to Point B, Point B is obviously your set goal. If a woman decides on a Monday morning that come Saturday, she will do a major shopping, the major shopping becomes the set goal. Without stress, on that Saturday morning, she will go to the supermarket and do her shopping. At the end of the shopping, her goal is achieved. If goal setting comes naturally with one’s area of strength, it becomes easy to attain. Most women love to shop, and so, it goes with their nature. When something is natural, it is self determined. Self determination comes from within. In spite of the above said, I would like to point out that there are people who disobey nature, and therefore, do not conform. When nature prompts you to do something, and you disobey over…

As the year comes to an end, goal setters are beginning to look back to assess what 2015 was like. The statistics will determine if it’s been successful, static, or retrogressive. The outcome of the assessment becomes the baseline for setting next year’s goals. In addition to baseline, it tells you what and what should be done. And as individuals, families, and companies have their Christmas and end of year parties, behind the fun, there’s rumination resonating in the heads of business-minded people and leaders. The written and unwritten data are staring them in the face, reminding them of the realities of what the year has been like. These realities will inform their decisions on the actions to take to make the coming year worth celebrating. To assess the achievements of 2015, asking yourself the following questions will bring you to a logical conclusion. 1. What were the goals?: It…

Focus is one main factor that makes a man achieve his dream. Without it, every goal that is set ends up theoretical. Each year, many goals actually end up not being achieved because the distance between goal setting and attainment is a bit wide. Some people never walk on the road towards their goals at all; they just set it and leave it where it was born, and then come back years later to make excuses why they couldn’t get to the finish line. I am not in anyway suggesting that it is so easy to achieve a goal, neither am I saying that it is so difficult not to. Anyone who has the drive and desire can make it to the end of their goals where they get the right results, but those who procrastinate or are lazy, may never ever reach their expectation as far as their goals…