Originally Posted by Tado
I'm one of the ones who loves oversized mind maps, and my goals are specific to my Areas of Focus, not to individual projects.
And I use full sentences.
For example, in my Personal Development (let's call it PD) Area of Focus, my goal says:
"Be conversational in Greek in two years."
I have a project that's "Learn Greek" with an outcome of "Be able to understand and reply with correct grammar and vocabulary in most situations." but I keep the goal with my area of focus so I can see all of my PD goals at once. Not all projects within the PD Area of Focus have goals associated with them... way too time consuming! I just hit the important ones.
So when I look at your goals list, I'm not sure what your goals are exactly, within each of those three areas.
Does that help? Thanks for asking the question... you reminded me I need to take a peek at some of those other PD goals!
constant forward pressure