A Career focus, average wealth is just over 100ꯠ and \'somewhat satisfied\' A Money focus, average wealth is 162귔 and \'satisfied\' and lastly, An \'Ability\' focus, average wealth is 780ꯠ and \'very satisfied\'! Go on, have a guess on the statistical conclusion... yep; those who left formal education in the 90\'s focus more on \'Ability\', 80\'s focus on career and lifestyle, whilst the 70\'s predominantly Money. Surely a reflection of the environment of the time. The great thing about focusing on what you are \'able\' to do will help the goal_setting process be more effective. Following Locke and Latham\'s findings that ability to achieve the goal moderates performance _ too difficult and uncommitted individuals do not perform, whereas, stretching yet within my potential ability aids commitment to goal attainment.
YOU HAVE NO GUIDE ON HOW TO SET GOALS _ People are unable to set goals because they don\'t have the guidance they need on how they can set goals. Worse still, there are a lot of people who have wishes or dreams which they term as goals. Example of such wishes or dreams are, \"be happy\", \"make a lot of money\", or \"have a nice family life\". Of course, we all have wishes and dreams, but a goal is completely different from a wish, it is specific, measurable, and even time_bound. If you are like me and you didn\'t have any idea about goal setting until you became an adult, then, you won\'t realize its importance.