How Good are You at Setting Goals?

Setting goals is vital to accomplishing your daily to long-term agenda. By directing your attention to a specific area, you are able to use different strategies to get the results you want. 



Here are 20Q you should ask yourself 


1. Do you create a daily agenda? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


2. Do you complete the goals you set out to accomplish? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


3. Do you establish priorities effectively and successfully? Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


4. Do you check the progress of your long-term goals? Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


5. Do you set a timeframe for your goals? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


6. Do you write down the goals you’ve set?
 Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


7. Do you reward yourself when you have accomplished your goals?
 Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


8. Do you do things in order of importance? Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


9. Do you have a measurable criterion for your goals? Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


10. When problems arise, does it greatly affect accomplishing your daily goals? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


11. Is your work area clean enough to access something without a problem? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely



12. Are your goals attainable based on your skills? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


13. Are your goals specific enough to get results? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


14. Are you able to remember all the things you need to accomplish? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


15. During the day, do you take a break from everything to do something you enjoy (e.g. reading the paper)? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


16. Do you create a step-by-step process to achieving long-term goals? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


17. Do you create goals to match what you want? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


18. Are you passionate about attaining the goals you’ve set? Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


19. When you are given a project, do you get started on it immediately? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


20. Do the goals you set build your self-confidence in surpassing obstacles? 
Always/
Usually/
Sometimes/
Rarely


Goal setting is a key component in leadership, team-building, and overall professional productiveness. This assessment will find your strengths and weaknesses in setting goals. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses will help you establish a more effective direction to achieving your goals.

2 comments

ellehcimeo's picture
ellehcimeo
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my goal is to go over this list again and start to fill it out.
it's kind of daunting.

Minimum's picture
Minimum
1496 pencils

Actually reading all the shabang is number 25 on my todo list

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