Far too often whilst helping people in a wide range of organisations, we hear them struggle to describe what goals they have. Some do not know what goals they need to reach on a monthly basis and far too many of those who do know, have defined their goals in quite diffuse terms.
The result is confusion.
When we lack distinct goals, we have a hard time separating what is unimportant tasks from the important tasks. We get stressed, we have an overwhelming workload, we work too much and we feel worse than what we could have done.
To have clearly defined, SMART, goals seem to be a privilege for the few. Often I hear statements such as:
“I do not have any goals, I am only an accountant.”
I am convinced that anyone of any profession can define distinct and measurable goals, with a little help.
This year, I want to create a tool that lets anyone define individual goals (connected to the goals of their organisation) that helps them prioritize efficiently in their everyday life at work.
Do you want to help? Do you want to follow my progress?