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Consider goals you have achieved in the past and compare them to goals that you have set but not achieved. What factors contributed to success? What lessons did you learn that you could apply for future achievements?
Weegy: Hard work and dedication is the path to success. Procrastination should be avoided at all costs. (More)
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how do you prioritize equally important goals?how do you maintain flexibility and focus in reaching these goals?
Weegy: One key reason why prioritizing works, and works well, is the 80/20 Rule. The 80/20 Rule states that 80 percent of our typical activities contribute less than 20 percent to the value of our work. [ So, if you do only the most important 20 percent of your tasks you still get most of the value. Then, if you focus most of your efforts on those top value activities, you achieve much more than before, or you will have more time to spend with your family. Prioritizing is about making choices of what to do and what not to do. To prioritize effectively you need to be able to recognize what is important, as well as to see the difference between urgent and important. The important, or high priority, tasks are the tasks that help us achieve our long-term goals or can have other meaningful and significant long-term consequences. At first glance, many of the tasks we face during a day seem equally urgent and important. Yet, if you take a closer look, you will see that many of the urgent activities we are involved are not really important in the long run. At the same time, things that are most important for us, like improving ourselves and our skills, getting a better education, spending time with family, often are not urgent. ] User: Consider goals you have achieved in the past and compare them to goals that you have set but not achieved. What factors contributed to success? What lessons did you learn that you could apply for future achievements Weegy: To prioritize equally important goals, you must first know which goal is easier to reach or achieved. Take it one step at a time, alternately do each goal's step to achieved the thing you wanted. [ [ Flexibility and focus should always be maintained in reaching all your goals. List down your goals and set your priorities. Focus on goals that can be achieved easily. ] (More)
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