Glowing Global Shares 3 Factors for Setting Strong Goals
01 Jul

Glowing Global Shares 3 Factors for Setting Strong Goals

“At Glowing Global we believe in strong goal setting. It’s something that shapes you into being a better person and a stronger individual to achieve your dreams,” says Ricco Katona, managing director of Glowing Global. All our representatives at Glowing Global know the importance of goals. It’s the process that we believe in. Many people tend to congratulate people based off of the ending and victory. But it’s the process, development, and road that you take, that takes you to the victory that. “Goal setting is important because not only is it beneficial in the long run, but it helps provide focus. Goals, in general, help you expand your horizon and go beyond what you even thought possible,” says Ricco Katona of Glowing Global. There are a few things to can do, tips and tricks to help you focus and put your attention on setting powerful goals:

Evaluate

Every now and then evaluate a goal while it’s in the process. This is the only way to tell how everything is going for you. If you feel like you’re lacking in some aspects of this route, you can change it. That’s what evaluation does. “It gives objective and it’s a way to look at your trials and victories with life,” says Ricco Katona of Glowing Global.

Make Your Goals Attainable and Realistic

One of most devastating things people do is overestimate their ability and crunch their goal into a timeline. Sometimes goals depending on what they are, it takes some time to achieve. It’s unrealistic to assume that you can plan to do amazing on a big goal in 1 week, for example. “Always have a clear and realistic ability towards a goal. For example, losing 1 pound in 1-2 weeks, that something that is possible. It will take time, to lose 50 lbs, but it’ll be worth it,” says Ricco Katona of Glowing Global.

Accountability

Once people know that you’re in the process of attaining a goal. It’s your job to make sure you hold up to your end. For instance, if you tell your parents you want to get into graduate school, they will be the people that will ask you how it’s coming along, and that’s the accountability reminder.

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