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Goal Development Analysis Please respond to the following questions. Your response should be at least 100-words in length. What types of techniques did you use to set your educational goals? I totally based my needs on the least path of resistance to success, or the lowest risk assessment path. I fully expect to change my assessment and goal reaching techniques as each lesson is learned, or a new method has become clear to me. MY path to my goals remains only slightly indistinct, however my requirements for my goals are clear with embellishments to take me to a satisfactory mental level of achievement. At this time unfortunately my Project Management professional studies have taken a time out. When I am able to re-prioritize them into my work schedule I will be adding new goals, methods, and techniques as the profitability becomes clear to me. What kind of techniques will you use to manage your time so that you can achieve your goals?
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