Why set Goals

Why set goals, and Why is Goal Setting Important? Here are the most important reasons.

Why is Goal Setting Important: Join the Top 0.1 percent

Do you know that fewer than 3 percent of people have clearly written goals? These three percent who happen to have written goals are also the most successful in their fields. If you actually review your goals on a daily basis, you will join the top 0.1 percent of all people.

Why is Goal Setting Important: Absolutely clarity

Success begins with a crucial trait: absolute clarity. Are you absolutely clear about what you want in life? Once you are absolutely clear as to what you want in every area of your business and in every area of your life, you will succeed. The clearer you are, the faster you will achieve your dreams. Unfortunately, many people remain stuck in the rat race because they live their lives aimlessly, day by day.

If you set a goal, be absolutely clear that this is the goal you want to achieve, and fill yourself in on the details of exactly how and what your life will be like when you attain that goal.

In the words of Napoleon Hill, “There is one quality that one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to achieve it.”

Dreams versus Goals

Before you do any goal setting, you must understand the difference between dreams and goals. Many people have dreams, but these dreams always remain dreams because they do not take any action.

Rich people have goals – how do you turn a mere dream into a goal to be achieved? Through persistent action. Persistence, combined with a willingness to experiment, will help you achieve any goal.

Goals motivate and empower

Why set goals? Because big goals motivate and empower – big goals challenge you. They spur you to step beyond your comfort zone and stretch yourself beyond your limits.

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