TITLE: Goal Setting - Take Inventory
DATE: 3/02/2006 05:00:00 AM
I am very good with educating others. I am an expert at resourcing. But, if you promise not to scream it from the rafters, I'll share with you that I struggle with proper organization, strain against regimine, and literally have to force the evil procrastination devil off my shoulder each morning.
When I write down my weaknesses and see them on paper before me, it is clear that I was not cut out for the military. Thank goodness I chose a more creative route!
I don't think anyone who ever achieved success did so without the benefit of taking stock of their assets. What are you working with?
To set and achieve even one goal, you really need to first TAKE INVENTORY OF YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES.
Ask yourself the following questions and rate your strengths and weaknesses on a scale like the one below.
- Where do your skills lie?
- What are you capable of accomplishing?
- Where do you flounder when push comes to shove?
- What are you simply not capable of delivering?