Setting goals, the Q.U.E.E.R. way
Setting goals isn’t enough. Setting goals the Q.U.E.E.R. way is. On this week’s Queer Money™, we talk about setting goals the Q.U.E.E.R. way to help you reach your biggest goals.
Setting goals for a successful queer life
In Write the Best Annual Performance Review Ever, we shared our exclusive swipe copy that you can get here to literally copy and paste specific language to easily write the best annual performance review ever. This free tool will help you and get your next raise or promotion to help you live bigger. QUEER goals, as you’ll hear, will help you set next year’s professional and personal goals to help you go harder and achieve bigger.
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All about setting goals the Q.U.E.E.R. way
We’re heading into a new year when our employers like us to write annual performance reviews for the past year and set new business goals for the upcoming year. Likewise, you often want a new year to mean a new you (and a new me, too).
Setting goals the Q.U.E.E.R. way will make all these happen.
1. Set quantifiable goals
Quantifiable goals are measurable, non-elusive goals that can be expressed in numbers or percentages, show a computable goal from point A to point B.
2. Set understandable goals
Understandable goals are clear goals, easily explained to and comprehended by others. Your goal is clear in your mind and you understand the steps required to achieve your goal.
3. Set executable goals
Executable goals are within the realm of possibility, can be carried out and accomplished. This doesn’t mean your goals are easy because we don’t grow with easy goals.
4. Set exciting goals
You have a passion for it, achievement would provide true, inner happiness or motivate you. Exciting goals make going to work or getting up in the morning easier.
5. Set relevant goals
They apply to you and your life goals. Your goals, whether in business or in your personal life, need to feed into your reasons for living. They support your longer-term plans.