It’s the new year and some of us have been planning our new year’s resolutions for months, some of us haven’t and feel guilty about it, and some of us very strictly don’t do resolutions. Our culture is very keen on goal-setting and yet, we wonder how effective that is.
In this episode, we sat down with our whole team to have a conversation about goals, when they work, and when they don’t.
If you haven’t seen our other 2 resources on goals you can check them out here: Goals: It’s Complicated & Setting Goals that Disrupt Habits and Utilize Systems
- Tying goals to guiding principles and core principles
- 12-week or quarterly goals
- Setting goals out of a false self
- Can goals be too specific?
- “If goals are tied to my worth, then I’m going to be in trouble.”
- Setting goals around roles and goals.
- Begin with the end in mind and plan backward
- Daily to-dos focused on making progress toward long-term goals
- Tying goals to my dreams for my life
- Framing goals for learning and not achievement
- Recognizing underlying systemic obstacles
- Being goals and doing goals
- Extrinsic and intrinsic
- Goals as a practice
- Click here to check out our team
- 12-week year
- Atomic habits
- Your Theme by CGP Grey
- Doing the Math of mission
- 7 Habits by Stephen Covey
- Goals: It’s Complicated – The Leader’s Journey
- Setting Goals that Disrupt Habits and Utilize Systems – The Leader’s Journey
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