Wednesday, June 20, 2018
When we reach our limit, it means we have an opportunity. We can stay where we are, which eventually leads to sliding backwards, or we can find a way to learn.
We can do better than our best by learning.
Learning is how we grow.
Learning is how we improve.
Learning is how we do better than our previous best.
What have you learned today?
-- doug smith
Monday, June 18, 2018
No matter how great a goal is that we've set, we still need the right people and the right actions to achieve that goal. Writing a splendid goal looks good on paper. Action is where the action is.
The right goals need the right goals working them. If that's your goal, then you are one of those people.
Our goals are as effective as the people involved. Engage the right people, and the rest is easy.
-- doug smith
Sunday, June 10, 2018
How could someone have goals that aren't what they say they are?
Lots of ways, such as:
- their boss assigned the goals but the team member doesn't commit
- they are confused about what results they really want
- they don't realize how under-whelming the goal is and feel uninspired
- the goals have expired and it's really time to set new ones
Lots of reasons.
We need to check in on our goals frequently. We even need to change them sometimes. Goals are important -- isn't it worth getting them right?
When our goals are not what we say they are we aren't likely to get what we want.
-- doug smith
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