Sometimes my co-workers complain their mood go down and they do not have any motivation to work. They do not know why they have to hard-working, why they have to earn much more money and at the end, they do not feel happy with their results. After discussed for few times, I found the most important reason that they have not found the goal in the life yet. Thus, today we are going to talk about this topic “How to set personal goal?”

Where are you now?
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Whether you want to climb the corporate ladder, run a marathon for the first time, or simply become a better person, goal setting is a vital part of any effort to improve. Being able to formulate, set, and make progress toward goals is a skill that will help you achieve your dreams. Only by setting and meeting realistic goals can you become the happy, successful person you were meant to be. Don’t continue to make the same mistakes you’ve made in the past. You need to realize that having dreams and an imagination show that you’re a wise, vibrant person who is living life to the fullest.
Making your goals by SMART method
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Setting goals is something you've probably tried in the past. Whether or not you've found it easy, most people still could use a little help when it comes to achieving goals. This article will explain SMART goals, as well as provide ten tips for setting SMART goals and how to achieve them.
In the term "SMART goals", SMART isn't quite used in the context that you might think it is. SMART is actually an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely. It's a helpful little formula to help you set goals that you can stick with. SMART goals are great for both personal and professional life, and this guide will explain how to go about setting SMART goals.
Set goals in writing
The physical act of writing down a goal makes it real and tangible. You have no excuse for forgetting about it. As you write, use the word "will" instead of "would like to" or "might." For example, "I will reduce my operating expenses by 10 percent this year," not "I would like to reduce my operating expenses by 10 percent this year." 
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The first goal statement has power and you can "see" yourself reducing expenses, the second lacks passion and gives you an excuse if you get sidetracked.

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Post your goals in visible places to remind yourself every day of what it is you intend to do. Put them on your walls, desk, computer monitor, bathroom mirror or refrigerator as a constant reminder.
Reviewing your goals
As with anything in life, just setting goals is not enough.
You have to review your goals regularly, perhaps every few months, and certainly every year, to make sure that:
  • The goals are still relevant to what you want to achieve; and
  • You are on track to achieve them.
If not, you need to revise them, in line with your current situation.
Your goals need to motivate you and excite you
It doesn’t matter if you haven’t had as much time as you would have liked to devote to learning to play the piano; it does matter if you haven’t done anything towards it because you’re really not that bothered about it.

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