Four Goal-Setting Questions


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    Cathleen Colella Reply

    I like the analogy.  Sometimes we have to be reminded of the simple components to goal achievement.   Cathy Colella

  • Harry Che Reply

    advice on goal setting.

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    Jgierasch Reply

    I’m planning my back to school meeting for administrators in our school district which typically includes some type of planning for our yearly goals. The last two sentences really are more so what I want them to think about.

    I’m thinking about using the article as the kick-off. Thanks.

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      Calvin Guyer Reply

      Thank you for the feedback. I am glad that you find this information useful for your team. Let us know how we can help you to further develop your team!

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    Robin Ross Reply

    Nothing like a good stretch goal to remind us that we are still alive and growing!  I like to ask myself, what is the worst that can happen?  Usually, the consequences of failure aren’t very scary, particularly when compared to the rewards of achieving our goal.  Take aim and stretch smart!  

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    Kate Harthan Reply

    I need that coffee cup… a saying to tape to the mirror for now, anyway. The questions about being willing to give something else up to get it is especially important– if you aren’t patient and refuse to give up another form of consideration for the shoes, you’ll end up putting it on a credit card and thinking you’ll pay it off later. No wonder the average American family has about $25,000 worth of debt, not including mortgages…

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      Calvin Guyer Reply

      Sorry for the slow response–thank you for the feedback. Let me know if we can help you or your team.

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    FoundationDirector Reply

    Well said Cal… A good way to start a Monday morning.  One of my old bosses always reminded us that the worst that could happen is that you didn’t meet the goal, but you were better off trying!

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