Goal is the purpose that a plan is intended to achieve. An action to gain something of value. A goal can also mean the place that is designated as the end of a race or a journey. A successful attempt at scoring. A piece of game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points. Destination is the ultimate goal for which something is done. Written directions for finding some location.

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SMART=Specific, Measueable, actionable, realistic, time-bound You're either working on your dreams and goals, or you're searching for dreams and goals that you feel are worth pursuing. Both journeys are extremely important, but not more important than increasing your knowledge. Learning something new should always be one of your main goals. You should always have learning goals, things you want to learn and need to learn. You should have milestones within your milestones, and you should have milestones your entire life. So what's your next milestone? What's your mission? What are your priorities? Do you understand project management? Do you have a problem with procrastination? I don't feel like it is relative.

You have to start somewhere, and you have to start sometime. What better place than here? What better time than now?

Engaged - Willpower - Ambition - MotivationLearning with Purpose - Legacy - Mission - Loyalty

Distractions - Losing Focus - Fantasies - Quitters Day

Intrinsic Goals are goals that focus on improving yourself and comes from within you. These goals include personal development, personal growth, developing meaningful relationships, and improving your health. Intrinsic goals stem from your passion and core values. Inner goals or Internal goals are the personal objectives that we set for ourselves. They are often related to our sense of purpose in life and can help us to stay motivated and focused. Internal goals include becoming a mature person by strengthening one's skills, competences, and moral values, and living a meaningful life. Mindful.

Extrinsic Goals are goals that focus on recognition, acceptance and getting approval and rewards for hard work and academic achievements. Outer goals or external goals are also related to other external factors that are a little on the shallow side such as social approval, people's opinions, good looks, high income or the acquisition of material things.

Final Goals or terminal goals are intrinsically valuable to an intelligent agent, whether an artificial intelligence or a human being, as ends-in-themselves.

Instrumental Convergence is the hypothetical tendency for most sufficiently intelligent beings to pursue similar sub-goals, even if their ultimate goals are quite different. Agents may pursue instrumental goals—goals which are made in pursuit of some particular end, but are not the end goals themselves—without ceasing, provided that their ultimate or intrinsic goals may never be fully satisfied. AI or non-human goals.

Instrumental and Intrinsic Value are the distinction between what is a means to an end and what is as an end in itself. Things are deemed to have instrumental value or extrinsic value if they help one achieve a particular end. Intrinsic values, by contrast are understood to be desirable in and of themselves. A tool or appliance, such as a hammer or washing machine, has instrumental value because it helps you pound in a nail or clean your clothes. Happiness and pleasure are typically considered to have intrinsic value insofar as asking why someone would want them makes little sense. They are desirable for their own sake irrespective of their possible instrumental value. The classic names instrumental and intrinsic were coined by sociologist Max Weber, who spent years studying good meanings people assigned to their actions and beliefs.

Deliberate is doing something that was carefully thought out in advance, something unhurried and with care and dignity. To think about something carefully in order to weigh and discuss the pros and cons of an issue. Deliberate is to do something on purpose with a goal in mind, like learning something new and valuable.

Objective is the goal that is intended to be attained and achieved using effort in order to progress and move forward. To reach a point in time or a destination, either real or abstract. Objective also means having reasoning and understanding that is undistorted by emotion or personal bias and based on observable phenomena and not just based on what you feel or think you know.

Intention is an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions. Your purpose, needs vs. wants. Your motivations and inspiration. Mean well is to have good intentions, but not always the ability to carry them out. The road to hell is paved with perceived good intentions means that promises and plans must be put into action, or else they are useless. Intending to do good things is not the same as doing good things.

Aim is to move towards a certain goal and have an ambitious plan with an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions. The goal intended to be attained and which is believed to be attainable. The action of directing something at an object. 

Aligned is something brought into agreement or cooperation on the side of a faction, party, or cause. To give support to a person, organization, or cause.

Alignment is the spatial property possessed by an arrangement or position of things in a straight line or in parallel lines. The act of adjusting or aligning the parts of a device in relation to each other. The arrangement in a straight line, or in correct or appropriate relative positions. A position of agreement or alliance.

Conducive is something that contributes to the success of an activity or something that helps produce a favorable quality of a particular goal in mind.

To Have a Good Bead on Something is to have a good and clear sight of a target or a goal. To see things clearly. The original term started around 1830. It was in reference to aiming a revolver or a rifle, on which the “bead” was a small knob on the foresight. The little metal bump on the end of a gun barrel helped the shooter aim precisely at a target.

Attainment is the act of achieving an aim. Arrival at a new stage. An ability that has been acquired by training.

Endeavor is a purposeful or industrious undertaking, especially one that requires effort or boldness. Earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something.

Sake is a reason for wanting something done. The purpose of achieving or obtaining. (just do it for pete's sake).

Outcome is something that happens or is produced as the final consequence or product. A phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon. Outcome is a possible result of an experiment or trial.

Agenda is a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to. Individual objectives or perspective. A list of matters to be taken up at a meeting.

Accomplish is to gain with effort.

Accomplishment is something that is achieved successfully. An ability that has been acquired by training.

Achieve is to gain and succeed with effort.

Achievement is the action of accomplishing something.

Gain is to have the benefit of something or obtain something desirable. The advantageous quality of being beneficial. Acquire something through effort. To derive a benefit from something. Be at the destination after some time, either real or abstract. To come to a given position. To obtain advantages. Increase or develop. The amount of increase in signal power, voltage or current expressed as the ratio of output to input. The amount by which the revenue of a business exceeds its cost of operating.

Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.

Perform - Progress - Legacy

Implementation is the act of accomplishing some aim or executing some order. Apply in a manner consistent with its purpose or design.

Calculate is to predict in advance and judge to be probable.

Consider is to think about something carefully. To regard or treat something with consideration, respect, and esteem. Information that should be kept in mind when making a decision. Considerate.

Your North Star is something that you can count on that is felt steady and is reassuring. When you find your North Star, you know where you're headed. Your North Star should be wholesome and vital. Aiming toward your north star should bring more happiness and benefit to yourself and others. Guiding Light is something special or a person who has a profound influence on others and is a source of inspiration and admiration.

STAR = Stop-Think-Act-Review 

STAR = Situation-Task-Action-Result - Problem Solving

SMART = Specific-Measurable-Actionable-Timely / SMART Criteria stands for Specific – target a specific area for improvement. Measurable – quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress. Achievable – specify who will do it. Realistic – state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources. Time-Related – specify when the result(s) can be achieved.

1 Minute Rule - 20 Minute Rule - 80/20 Rule - 30 for 30 - Time Block

What is the main focus of today? Learn as much as possible, write and document as much as possible, and live, learn, love and progress. Ambition.

Goal Orientation is an individual disposition toward developing or validating one's ability in achievement settings. Previous research has examined goal orientation as a motivation variable useful for recruitment, climate and culture, performance appraisal, and selection. Studies have also used goal orientation to predict sales performance, goal setting, learning and adaptive behaviors in training, and leadership. Due to the many theoretical and practical applications of goal orientation, it is important to understand the construct and how it relates to other variables. In this entry, goal orientation will be reviewed in terms of its history, stability, dimensionality, antecedents, relationship to goal setting and consequences, relevance to motivation, and future directions for research.

Goals to Live for - Reasons to Live

You should have something in your life to live for, to die for and to give for. If you don't have something to live for, or have something to give your life for, then what do you have? If you can't risk everything that you have, in order to protect everyone and everything they have, then what do you have? Not having any meaningful goals or a purpose in life is like having nothing to live for, except to consume and then die. Just remember, you have to do things when you're alive because you can't do things when you're dead. And don't forget, everything that you have is from the sacrifices of millions of people who lived throughout human history, people who have given their lives for each and everyone us. So you have to return the favor and continue the tradition, as well as guarantee that people in the future will have a future. Why else would you be here. if you truly want to live, you have to be of service to people and be a benefit to humanity. You can't be selfish when everything you have is from unselfish people.

Legacy - Magnum Opus - Greatest Work - Ambition

When you have goals that give you a sense of purpose and when you have goals that gives your life meaning, there's no wondering what to do with your life or wondering what to do with the time you have. So there's no wondering what to do today or tomorrow. You do the same thing almost everyday, which is focusing on collecting valuable knowledge and information, and organizing knowledge and information, and sharing knowledge and information with as many people as possible. You have to give people a fighting chance to live.

A Fighting Chance is to have the possibility of success and the potential of success when there is no hope at all for success.

“If you don’t start somewhere…then I assure you, you’re going nowhere.” (via Star)

Put Your Best Foot Forward is to embark on an undertaking with as much effort and determination as possible. To make a good impression.

There's no time to lose, I heard her say, catch your dreams before they slip away. Dying all the time, Lose your dreams and you will lose your mind, Ain't life unkind? Ruby Tuesday - The Rolling Stones (youtube).

"When you feel like quitting, just remember why you started." Memory.

"People who have a greater sense of purpose and direction in life are more likely to live longer."

Pass the Baton - everyone stands on the shoulders of giants.

A goal is like having a beacon of light that keeps your mind fixed on a target and keeps you moving towards a particular Purpose. If you’re not moving towards something then that means you’re standing still and not going anywhere, and if your not going anywhere, that means you’re lost. 

It's not "What am I going to do now?" It's "What can I do next?" 

It’s not just getting inspiration, it’s what you do when you get inspired. There’s a big difference between having inspiration and having a very well thought out plan. A plan that not only defines your responsibilities, your priorities and your abilities, but a plan that includes your increased awareness of the causes and effects that are created from your actions. There is a difference between doing something that you want to do and doing something that you feel the world needs you to do. Being an individual gives a human incredible freedoms, but it was never intended to isolate or disconnect a human from life itself.

Goal Process Chart Inspiration comes from knowing that you can make a difference.

Self-Efficacy is the extent or strength of one's belief in one's own ability to complete tasks and reach goals.

Determination is good to have. But when determination creates tunnel vision then it becomes a negative instead of a positive. It's like driving a car with no brakes. You can't stop to think when you need to. Confidence.

Success is having a positive influence on other people’s lives. Everything else is just details.

Work is work, right? Volunteering is considered work. So work is not just about the money, it’s more about the value of your actions. As far as I know we are the only human species in the universe. So it's just logical that I assure the survival of my species by avoiding negative actions that cause negative effects. 

Interpersonal intelligence - Baseline - Failure - Mistakes - Introvert

What if you could do anything or be anyone without limitations? Who would you be? What would you do? Of course this is a silly question because it's not clear enough to answer correctly. Who would you be, under what conditions? What would you do, under what conditions? What information and knowledge do you have to explain your desired direction? Have you done any research? How much do you understand about your desired direction? What is your motivating now and where was it before?

Having a dream or a fantasy is different from having goals. If you believe that you have restrictions, or if you believe there are certain things that are holding you back, then what you need are problem solving skills and an expert to help guide you through the difficulties. The only real limitation is your mind. If you lack the necessary information and knowledge in order to achieve a goal or a dream, then it's up to you to acquire this missing knowledge. So there seems to be one more limitation, which is having access to necessary information and knowledge, which brings you back to problem solving. Responsibilities - Priorities.

Even though life will never be the way you planned it, it's always better if you have some sort of plan. Even if you're not totally sure what those plans mean, at least for now it gives you a chance to find out what you might have done wrong, or what you might have done right. Plans are a documentation of your intentions, something that you can learn from, something to apply to new plans. A plan is either a step forward, or a step backward, So what's your next step?

"A goal may not always be reached, but having something to aim at could make all the difference."

"Remember, you may not always reach your goal, but you can still make a difference."

Even if your plans change, or even if your goals were not reached, it's still better to have plans and goals then to have no plans or goals at all. A plan is not a set course of action that cannot be changed or modified. A goal is not a commitment that cannot be changed or modified. It's just better to have a plan and a goal, one that says "this is what I know now, and at this time, this looks like the correct action to take, even knowing that things change, and even knowing that I will learn more things along the way that might change the plans and change my goals." This is not saying to stop being spontaneous, but If you don't have nothing to reach for, or nothing to look forward too, then what's the point of living? Make a goal, have a plan, and still be spontaneous. Life is an incredible journey, and sometimes it's a good idea to know where you are headed, even if the destination changes.

"Avoiding Rabbit Holes that don't go anywhere is a great way to get somewhere." Detours.

Goal Dilution is a theory about the way we perceive the quality of products or services. The more singular something is in its purpose, the more effective we believe it is, or the more singular and focused something is, the better we believe it to be, at this one trait/purpose, and alternatively, the more that trait is diluted amongst others, the less good we believe it to be (even though it isn’t). Focus on one point at a time in your message.

"A man's worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions."

A person should not be judged just by their work. You judge a person for their life and how they lived. And if their life was a failure or if their life was not as effective as it could have been, then there is no judgment, you should only learn to understand why that life was a failure or understand how that life could have been better. we learn from mistakes all the time, its called adaptation.

Makin' It - David Naughton (youtube) - Makin' it, oo makin' it, I'm solid gold, I've got the goods, They stand when I walk, Through the neighborhoods, I'm makin' it, I've got the chance, I'm takin' it, No more, no more, Fakin' it, This time in life, I'm makin' it (ooo), Makin' it.

Commitment - Determination

Commitment is the trait of sincere and steadfast fixity of purpose. The act of binding yourself intellectually or emotionally to a course of action. A contract involving obligation. A message that makes a pledge or an oathMarriage.

Commit is to devote and dedicate yourself to an activity or to a cause. To be focused on priorities and to be persistent.

Dedicated is being devoted to a cause or ideal or a purpose.

Priorities - Will Power - Restraint - Resilience - Proactive - Learning - Goals to Live For - Mission

Faithful is being loyal and binding yourself to the responsibilities that you have. "if you commit to nothing, then you’ll be distracted by everything."

Devotion is a commitment to some purposeReligion.

Ambition is a strong desire to do something or to achieve something that requires determination and hard work. A cherished desire and a strong drive for success.

Aspiration is a cherished desire with a will to succeed. Having a strong desire for success or achievement.

Law of Inspired Action states that you must take real, actionable, inspired steps in order to achieve your goals and allow your dreams to manifest in your life.

Determination is firmness of purpose. Determination in law is the process of establishing something exactly by calculation, research and the consideration of the facts. The conclusion of a dispute or lawsuit by the rendering of a final decision.

Persistent is never-ceasing and refusing to give up. To continually recur to the mind.

It’s okay to quit or to take a break, just as long as you never give up.

Striving is to exert much effort and energy in an attempt to attain a goal. Perfection.

Resolute is being firm in purpose or belief, but not stubborn.

Unrelenting is not yielding in strength, severity, or determination. Not to be confused with stubbornness.

Do is to carry out an action and to get something done. To cause something to happen or to occur. To be sufficient or to be adequate, either in quality or quantity. To create or design, often in a certain way. To engage in or to give rise to. To carry on to or function.

To Do is relative. Must do, need do, should do, will do, try to do, want to do, can do, can't do, do this, do that, do a little or do nothing, it's all relative.

Get Down to Work is a phrase that means to start and direct your efforts and attention towards some goal.

Get Your Act Together means to organize yourself so that you do things in an effective way.

Up and At 'em means to get going or to get busy or get out of bed. A communication intended to urge or persuade the recipients to take some action or to quit wasting time and accomplish something because there's a lot of work to be done.

When Push comes to Shove is when one must commit oneself to an action or a decision. When the pressure is on, and when the situation is critical or urgent, and when the time has come for action, even if it is difficult, you act.

Push is milder than a shove. Push means a short and directed application of force. Shove means a rough push.

Pursue is to carry out an activity or to participate in an activity in order to carry it further or to advance it. To be involved in something or to be in search for something.

Live, Learn, Love, and Progress

I'm Getting There. Where's there? There is an abstract place that you have reached, a place where you know that you made a lot of progress, and now you can benefit from all that previous work that you did. It takes a long time to achieve certain goals, and when you finally get there, it's a wonderful feeling.

"So Close, Yet So Far"

Playing the Long Game is having a long term plan and long term goals, or doing things now that will set you up for the future and have long-term success. Playing the long game means not sacrificing long-term gains for short-term wins. Long Game is a term used that says that you have long term goals and have a long term plan, so you're doing things now that will benefit you far in the future. Potential - Time Management.

Everyone should have Big Goals and Little Goals, with the little goals usually being just one of many steps to accomplishing bigger goals.

Making a List - Check Lists

List your Biggest Goal First, which should be your reason for living, your passion. List the steps to reach that goal in a series of increments. Now list your things to do. Small tasks that make up your responsibilities and your priorities.


Take the Initiative is to be the first to take action in a particular situation. To do things without being told and to keep going when things get tough. You find out what you need to know and take advantage of opportunities that others pass by. You act, instead of reacting.

Be the Driving Force is to be the person that motivates and directs something or someone.

Initiate is to take the lead and set something in motion or cause a process or action to begin. To start an event or prepare the way for something. To bring something into being. Set the Ball Rolling.

Introduce - Intervention

Set in Motion is to start something moving or working. To start or trigger a process or series of events.

Take the Lead is to take a position that is ahead of others. To go first. To accept responsibility for dealing with situation. To do something as an example. Spearhead is to lead a movement.

Pioneer is to open up an area or to explore a new area and prepare the way for others. Someone who helps to open up a new line of research, technology or art. To take the lead or the initiative in something or participate in the development of something important.

Show the Way is to indicate what can be done or should be done by doing it first. To do something first so that other people can follow. To set up or establish something. Point people in the right direction.

Blaze a Trail is to find a new path or method. To begin a new undertaking. To pave the way.

Usher In is to bring something into being, like a new discovery or a period of change. To mark or observe the beginning of something.

Lay the Groundwork is to create or prepare the basics or the essential foundation for something. Break New Ground. Constitute.

"A man's reach should exceed his grasp" suggests that to achieve anything worthwhile, a person should attempt even those things that may turn out to be impossible. Through ambitious goals and aspirations, individuals can strive for greatness and make a lasting impact on the world. Robert Browning.

Most things only look difficult and impossible at first, but once you learn more about something, the less difficult it gets and the less impossible it becomes. The only difficult thing is taking that first step and having a commitment to take future steps. The goal itself is not that difficult. It's all about commitment. Don't let obstacles get in your way. Focus on your mission, which is to fix what is broken or damaged.

Setting the Bar High is a way to challenge someone by making them reach a higher level goal so they can become more skillful a lot faster than reaching for easy goals or lower levels of achievement. By setting high standards early, a person has a better idea about what is expected of them in the future. It is a means to establish the desired level of quality or competence that is required, which could make something hard to achieve or more difficult to accomplish, but more rewarding and more effective than having just easy goals, though gradually raising the bar can also be effective in reaching goals. This phrase appears to originate in the 1950s in the athletics field of pole vaulting. Setting the bar too high may make something impossible to achieve. Setting the bar low may make something too easy to do and may cause a false sense of accomplishment.

Detours - Obstacles - Feel like Quitting

Most goals are never a straight line, and priorities can sometimes change. Be flexible and be ready to adapt. Break the goals down into more manageable chunks. If you can't do one thing, then do another thing. Be the captain of your ship. Don't try to do it all, do as much as you can with the time you have. Try doing the things that are the most important first.

Sometimes goals can have detours. So you have to get back on track. Adversity is part of nature, and there's always two sides to every story.

The road to success has many potholes, wrong turns and dead ends. Don't let the road to success discourage you. If there's only one road, be thankful that there is a road. If you have to blaze a new trail, then do it, because millions of future generations will be thankful that you left a path for them to follow, and that you gave them a chance to blaze their own trail and repeat the process of progress.

Obstacle a something that blocks your way or prevents you from moving, or hinders progress. Something immaterial that stands in the way and must be circumvented or surmounted. An obstruction that stands in the way and must be removed, surmounted or circumvented.

Distractions - Losing Focus - Multitasking

Detour is a roundabout road that is used temporarily while a main route is blocked. A long or roundabout route that is taken to avoid something or to visit somewhere along the way.

Off Track means that you have lost focus and that you are distracted and are no longer working on your goals.

Stay on Track is to stay on the path that one is on and to continue doing the things one is doing. Keep on the track/span> and you will end up where you want to be.

Back on Track
means to return to the right path, or the right direction.

Of course there are other things other than constantly working on personal projects. There's always other responsibilities that you need to attend to. Some are new responsibilities and some are old responsibilities that have become a basic routine over the years. So when the end comes or when tragedy strikes, you'll be happy in knowing that you did almost everything that you could. No regrets and no shame, just gratitude.

When the Obstacle Becomes the Way ForwardMarcus Aurelius' Meditations 5.20 - The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way." This notion that the obstacles that prevent us from achieving our goals can be used—and in some cases may even be necessary—to achieve those very goals seems not just Pollyanna-like but also paradoxical. Things happen for a reason.

“The perfect journey is never finished, the goal is always just across the next river, round the shoulder of the next mountain. There is always one more track to follow, one more mirage to explore.” – Rosita Forbes.

I don't Feel Like it - Mistakes - Regrets

Quitters Day is when many people are most likely to quit and throw in the towel on their new year resolutions. People fall short of their New Year's goals, usually only two weeks into the new year. So the second Friday in January is known as quitter's day.

But people forget about the other days, which is contemplation day, get in touch day, evaluation day, check baseline day, pause day, and make up day, which is to make up for time off and to reassure yourself that you are committed to being healthy, physically and mentally. You got this. So what you had some off days or had some doubts. Don't sweat it, and don't guilt yourself. Just get on with it. Learning is part of your workout. Strong brain, strong body, strong life. Go get em tiger.

Sometimes when people lose their motivation, they didn't understand how much time was needed to invest in their good health. Poor planning, poor vision, poor attitude, and poor self education will always make person more vulnerable to losing direction and purpose. Optimum physical health and optimum mental health is your goal. Don't forget it.

Your Mission - Your Goals

Mission is a special assignment that is given to a person or group. A task or job that someone is given to do. A duty or purpose. Missionary is someone sent on a mission, sometimes for religious purposes.

Mission Statement is a short statement of why an organization exists, what its overall goal is, identifying the goal of its operations: what kind of product or service it provides, its primary customers or market, and its geographical region of operation. It may include a short statement of such fundamental matters as the organization's values or philosophies, a business's main competitive advantages, or a desired future state—the "vision". A mission is not simply a description of an organization by an external party, but an expression, made by its leaders, of their desires and intent for the organization. The purpose of a mission statement is to communicate the organization's purpose and direction to its employees, customers, vendors, and other stakeholders. A mission statement also creates a sense of identity for its employees. Organizations normally do not change their mission statements over time, since they define their continuous, ongoing purpose and focus. a commercial mission statement consists of three essential components: Key market: the target audience. Contribution: the product or service. Distinction: what makes the product unique or why the audience should buy it over another. Provides direction: Mission statements are a way to direct a business into the right path. They play a part in helping the business make better decisions which can be beneficial to them. Without the mission statement providing direction, businesses may struggle when it comes to making decisions and planning for the future. This is why providing direction could be considered one of the most advantageous points of a mission statement. Clear purpose: Having a clear purpose can remove any potential ambiguities that may surround the existence of a business. People who are interested in the progression of the business, such as stakeholders, will want to know that the business is making the right choices and progressing more towards achieving their goals, which will help to remove any doubt the stakeholders may have in the business. A mission statement can act as a motivational tool within an organization, and it can allow employees to all work towards one common goal that benefits both the organization and themselves. This can help with factors such as employee satisfaction and productivity. It is important that employees feel a sense of purpose. Giving them this sense of purpose will allow them to focus more on their daily tasks and help them realize the goals of the organization and their role. Unrealistic: In most cases, mission statements turn out to be unrealistic and far too optimistic. An unrealistic mission statement can also affect the performance and morale of the employees within the workplace. This is because an unrealistic mission statement would reduce the likelihood of employees being able to meet this standard which could demotivate employees in the long term. Unrealistic mission statements also serve no purpose and can be considered a waste of management's time. Another issue which could arise from an unrealistic mission statement is that poor decisions could be made in an attempt to achieve this goal which has the potential to harm the business and be seen as a waste of both time and resources. Waste of time and resources: Mission statements require planning. This takes time and effort for those who are responsible for creating the mission statement. If the mission statement is not achieved, then the process of creating the mission statement could be seen as a waste of time for all of the people involved. A lot of thought and time can be spent in designing a good mission statement, and to have all of that time wasted is not what businesses can afford. The wasted time could have been spent on much more important tasks within the organization such as decision-making for the business. questions must be answered in the mission statement: “What do we do?” — The mission statement should clearly outline the main purpose of the organization, and what they do. “How do we do it?” — It should also mention how one plans on achieving the mission statement. "Whom do we do it for?” — The audience of the mission statement should be clearly stated within the mission statement. “What value are we bringing?” — The benefits and values of the mission statement should be clearly outlined. When designing a mission statement, it should be very clear to the audience what the purpose of it is. It is ideal for a business to be able to communicate their mission, goals and objectives to the reader without including any unnecessary information through the mission statement.

Master Plans - Development Plans - Financial Planning - Mutual Assistance Pacts

Milestone is a significant event in your life or a step that has been completed in a project that you're working on. Just like the milestone posts on the side of a road that shows distances, milestones in your life will allow you to see how far you have come and how much you have learned so far, and at the same time, show how far you still need to go and the things that you still need to know and understand. Life is a Journey on a road that has many dangers, twists and turns and amazing events. Always remember how far you have come and where you came from. Remember the journey that has bought you here to this very moment in time. Now you need to look ahead and know where you're going. If you don't have that goal or milestone, then you will never go anywhere or be anywhere, it will be like traveling on a vacation and never remembering anything valuable or important from the trip, as if you never went anywhere.

Vision Statement is a declaration of an organization's objectives, intended to guide its internal decision-making. A vision statement is not limited to business organizations and may also be used by non-profit or governmental entities. Visionary.

High- Concept is a type of artistic work that can be easily pitched with a succinctly stated premise. It can be contrasted with low-concept, which is more concerned with character development and other subtleties that are not as easily summarized. The origin of the term is disputed. High-concept narratives are typically characterized by an overarching "what if?" scenario that acts as a catalyst for the following events.

Priority is things to do established in order of importance or urgency. The quality of being important and worthy of note. Preceding in time. Necessity. Essential: Absolutely necessary; vitally necessary. Basic and fundamental. Indispensable.

Responsibilities - Time Management - Project Management

Develop Process - Planning - Decision Making

Mission Patch is a cloth reproduction of a spaceflight mission emblem worn by astronauts and other personnel affiliated with that mission. It is usually executed as an embroidered patch.

What Not to Do List - Routines - Memory - Calendars

Low Hanging Fruit is a thing or person that can be won, obtained, or persuaded with little effort. Something easily obtained. Gains that can be obtained by readily available means.

Training - Skill Developing

Elevator Pitch is a short description of an idea, product or company that explains the concept in a way such that any listener can understand it in a short period of time. This description typically explains who the thing is for, what it does, why it is needed, and how it will get done. Finally, when explaining an individual person, the description generally explains one's skills and goals, and why they would be a productive and beneficial person to have on a team or within a company or project. An elevator pitch does not have to include all of these components, but it usually does at least explain what the idea, product, company, or person is and their value.

Task Efficiency

Task is any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted. A specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or responsibility.

Task Efficiency is the ability to achieve organizational task with minimal resources.

Batch Process is to do all your similar tasks together.

Multitasking - Cooking - Working Together - Efficiency - Productive

Batch Processing is the execution of a series of jobs in a program on a computer without manual intervention (non-interactive). Strictly speaking, it is a processing mode: the execution of a series of programs each on a set or "batch" of inputs, rather than a single input (which would instead be a custom job). However, this distinction has largely been lost, and the series of steps in a batch process are often called a "job" or "batch job".

Batch Production is a technique used in manufacturing, in which the object in question is created stage by stage over a series of workstations, and different batches of products are made. Together with job production (one-off production) and mass production (flow production or continuous production) it is one of the three main production methods.

Batch File consists of a series of commands to be executed by the command-line interpreter, stored in a plain text file. A batch file may contain any command the interpreter accepts interactively and use constructs that enable conditional branching and looping within the batch file, such as "if", "for", "goto" and labels. The term "batch" is from batch processing, meaning "non-interactive execution", though a batch file may not process a batch of multiple data.

Steps to take walking up Stairs

Apps for Managing Goals

HabitRPG.com — A free habit building app that treats your life like a game.
Chains.cc— An online motivational tool based on the “don’t break the chain” method.
Lift.do— Reach your goals by tracking your progress and staying motivated with guidance.
Beeminder.com — Track quantifiable goals, and follow the Yellow Brick Road to stay motivated. Put up real money to keep yourself on course.
Wunderlist.com — Create lists and share them with friends.
StrikeApp.com — Set up tasks and knock down pins one at a time.
Fitocracy.com-  Reach your fitness goals and level up your life.
MapMyRun.com— Map out your run, log your food, and motivate your friends.
MyFitnessPal.com— Lose weight by keeping track of the food you eat.
CharityMiles.org— Earn money for charity when you walk, run, or bike.
ZombiesRunGame.com — Join other runners on an epic adventure that motivates you to run further and faster than ever before.

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