By Bigg Success Staff
Setting really good, achievable-yet-stretching goals for ourselves isn’t easy. It’s even harder to set goals for your team.
Here’s an idea that would also apply to your individual goals as well. Set goals based on your “most likely” scenario. But don’t stop there. Now set goals for your “best-case” outlook.
Look at your two sets of goals. Now direct all the resources at your disposal for the best-case. You might fall short in the end. However, in all likelihood, you’ll achieve more than you would by just having one set of goals.
When we start to focus our minds on how to achieve any goal, we start finding ways to make it happen. If we set small goals, we achieve small things. If we set bigg goals, we achieve bigg things.
Don’t believe it? Think about Jack Kennedy and the man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. He took a giant leap for all of us when he walked on the moon. Jack Kennedy didn’t have to set a goal of walking on the moon. It was risky – many people thought it was impossible. But he did it anyway – he knew it was important for his country to show the world and, even more importantly, its own people what was possible.
By focusing on a bigger dream, his team got excited about his vision and made it happen. If he had set smaller goals, there wouldn’t have been the same level of enthusiasm. So share a bigg vision with your team, get their buy-in, and go for it!
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