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      • Articles
        • Dont Overcomplicate Your Business Goal Efforts.pdf
        • Failure in Business May Be Due to a Lack of Goals.pdf
        • Have You Considered a Career in Project Management.pdf
        • How Are Your Business Goals Progressing.pdf
        • How to Stay Motivated with Your Business Goals.pdf
        • Resources to Help With Your Business Goals.pdf
        • Should You Let Your Employees Set Their Own Goals.pdf
        • Should You Outsource Your Business Goal Creation.pdf
        • Using What Why How and When in Developing Business Goals.pdf
        • Why Small Business Owners Dont Set Goals.pdf
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        • Failure in Business May Be Due to a Lack of Goals.mp3
        • Have You Considered a Career in Project Management_.mp3
        • How Are Your Business Goals Progressing_.mp3
        • How to Stay Motivated with Your Business Goals.mp3
        • Resources to Help With Your Business Goals.mp3
        • Should You Let Your Employees Set Their Own Goals_.mp3
        • Should You Outsource Your Business Goal Creation_.mp3
        • Using What, Why, How and When in Developing Business Goals.mp3
        • Why Small Business Owners Don_t Set Goals.mp3
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Learn Why You Should Not Over-complicate Your Business Goal Efforts!

Many business owners are under the false assumption that goals have to be a formal document, several hundred pages long. There are businesses who have been successful with goals written on a single page. While not every business will have the luxury of keeping their goals to one page, the consensus is to keep your goal-setting efforts as simple as possible.

Goals need to be usable. If you create a multi-page document that is both unreadable and unmanageable you have wasted your efforts and your time. If the goals affect others, you will be wasting their time as well. When you set out to create clear and concise goals, people will find them easier to work with.

Start by listing out the major objectives of your business. Keep this stage high-level. It can be as simple as stating you want to increase your customer base by 12% within the next year. Another possibility is setting sales targets. There are no right or wrong answers during this first pass, and you can make changes as necessary.

After you are happy with your high-level goals, it’s time to dig in and create tasks that will accomplish the high-level goals. When you determine what these are, assign dates to complete them by. Determine any prerequisites for completing them. These could include funding, training, etc. The more specific you are with the tasks, the easier they will be to ac-accomplish.

If you have multiple people who are going to help you with your business goals, the next step is to match up who is qualified to perform which tasks. You also need to make sure they can accomplish them in the period given. It’s a good idea to ask them if they feel comfortable with the amount of time allocated.

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17/03/2017
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