When you think about the advantages of behaviour-based goals, a few things come to mind immediately.
You might be excited to get more done. As you know yourself this possible with hard work and dedication, but setting the right goals makes it much easier.
Being a goal-oriented person means
making the most of your time.
When you start to act on behaviour-based goals, you’ll find yourself getting more done.
In fact, one of the biggest reasons that people seek change in the first place is to increase their productivity.
With a few changes, you can stop procrastinating and accomplish more with less stress.
Behaviour-based goals like:
Instead of making explicit goals like finishing a report in record time, focus more on staying positive and motivated.
What behaviour based goal are you going to set for yourself on a daily basis to increase your productivity?
Julie Silfverberg has worked in the field of personal and professional development for more than 20 years. She works with a diverse and exciting group of people. Each with their own unique talents and potential.