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The first thing that you need to do when you are prioritizing your goals is decide which goals are the most important. There may be equally important goals which makes it harder to put one in front of each other; the best thing to do is figure out which goal will take the most steps to success and go from there. The next step is to decide whether the goals are individual, collective, short-term, or long-term: 1. Individual Goals: A goal that you set yourself, and you plan on achieving on your own. 2. Collective Goals: A goal that is set by a group of people that are all contributing to achieve the goal and gain something in common. 3. Short-term Goals: A less complex goal that is set that will be achieved in a reasonable amount of time. 4. Long-term Goals: A more complex goal that is set for a greater purpose that is usually accomplished in at least a year or longer.
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Unformatted text preview: If certain goals will take longer than others, I believe that you should begin them according to when you need them to be accomplished. If you want them to be accomplished around the same time, certain ones should be started before others. For example, if you are trying to lose weight it will depend on how much weight you want to lose in whatever time period you are looking at. If you are a busy person, you maintain all of your goals by doing all of the steps to it slowly and one at a time. It is easy to lose track of your goals when you lose motivation or try to do everything at once. Like I stated before, if you do each small step slowly and with focus, you will reach each and every one of your goals. Goal setting can be a difficult thing, but if you set your mind to it, you will succeed....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course US/101 101 taught by Professor Keith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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