Goal setting is a tricky exercise.
For starters, most people try avoid it altogether. It’s much more fun to sit around and dream about your goals than to take the uncomfortable step of writing them down.
The truth is, you are far more likely to achieve your goals if you put them on paper and commit to them.
That’s not just my opinion, either. That’s the conclusion of a 35 year study on goal setting by the University of Toronto.
In this lesson, you’ll learn:
- Why goal setting matters (and why people tend to avoid it)
- The 4 ways goals affect performance
- How to set the right goals for your business