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.
I\'ll borrow from my own To Do list for today. It includes, strangely enough, writing the first three sections of this article. Now, is my goal to write three sections of an article? Is it to write an article? I can answer yes to both yet it doesn\'t tell us the full story _ my Goal is to develop my business and as a part of that, I want to reach a wider audience for the purpose of building my brand, building my reputation and establishing myself as a trusted expert that you will now consider to design and run a training programme or undertake coaching in your organization. This article is just one part of that strategy, and this section, just one part of this article. The primary and secondary research I\'ve undertaken to be in a position to write, I trust, knowledgeably about goal_setting has been another part... and so on.