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YOUR VISION VALUES AND CULTURE WILL CREATE ACHIEVEMET

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You have defined your vision, values, and mission. You know what your businesobjectives are and you have defined your goal categories. Now it time for goal planning and goal achievement. So let’s get to it! A goal must be worthwhile to you and must motivate you. What are your biggest dreams? Do an inventory of your dreams and put them on paper. Visualize them and verbalize them. This will build the motivation to achieve your goal. If you have made goals in the past and have not achieved them one reason may be that you did not have a burning desire and, therefore, you were not driven to achieve them. New Year’s resolutions fall into this category many times. When you think about your life, your daily journey, how well do you plan and organize it? Your life’s journey is the MOST important trip you will ever take. So why is...
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GOAL ACHIEVEMENT NOT GOAL SETTING

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Setting goals is one of the most important keys to achieving success. Studies have shown that the most successful people are the ones who have specific, written goals.   When you set goals that is only the first step toward the actual achievement of your goals.  Nothing happens until the goal are achieved. Setting a goal is not like a New Year's resolution, in other words, it is not just a wish. Just wishing and hoping for something isn't going to make it happen. Setting a goal is having a target to shoot for and a plan to get there. When planning your goals, choose which categories you would like for your goals.  Establish the time frame. They could be lifetime goals, 10 year, 5 year, 1 year, 6 month, 3 month, 1 month, or weekly goals. Also, you can have ongoing goals, such as exercising 3 to 5 times a week....
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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOYALTY AND SATISFACTION?

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Every student knows that satisfactory is not really that good a grade. Satisfactory is just enough to get by. It certainly won’t have people raving. That is true for customers and employees. Peter Ducker said that the purpose of business is to create and keep a customer. It is really that simple. Creating a customer is done through a clear message and marketing but keeping a customer is based on performance. Every business must focus on what works to retain a customer or retain an employee. A company that says it separates itself from others by service usually does not even know what that means. For example, it seems that the majority of businesses are focusing on customer satisfaction to determine their customer service measurements. This measurement is flawed and often falls short of actionable expectations. Companies also make a mistake in the method of measuring the voice of their customer....
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