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Q: 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?
A: Hi, I am sorry but I am not sure what your personal goals for the past and the present have been or how they have contributed to your success. Is there another question I can help you with?
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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: Hi, I am sorry but I am not sure what your personal goals for the past and the present have been or how they have contributed to your success. Is there another question I can help you with?
jenid706|Points 133|

User: How does personal accountability apply to your academic goals? How do you use personal accountability to achieve professional success?

Weegy: Accountability in achieving your goals is a moral issue. It's importance would depend upon the individual and what they are willing do to achieve their goals.1. [ [ Define Your Values Before you can look at your personal and professional goals, it is critical to understand your values. Your values are the foundation. If you build on a solid foundation your goals are much easier to accomplish. [ If you understand your values and your goals are true to those values, then you have a greater chance of achieving them. If your goals do not align themselves with your values, then the lack of truth that they initiate will keep you from achieving them. 2. State Your Goals So what are your goals? State them out loud. Think about all of the different aspects of your professional goals, and then go back and do the same thing for your personal goals. Many times people achieve their goals only to find out that they really don?t have what they desire. They err in choosing the wrong item to measure or maximize. While goal setting is important, they must be measurable and relate to what you really want to achieve. 3. Write Your Goals Down Personal and professional goals that are not written on paper are wishes. It?s tough to make it come true. If you really want to achieve your goals, it is important that you put all of them in writing. 4. Give Yourself Time Guidelines When you set your professional and personal goals look at the calendar. Give yourself some time guidelines. Looking at dates will help you clear your thinking. You will gain a sense of urgency, and you will begin looking for ways to achieve your goals. Having a deadline or a time goal can help motivate you to take action and move you forward. However, a timeline isn?t the bottom line determination of your success. It won't determine if you succeed or fail. You fail only if you quit. Success sometimes just takes a little more time. 5. Assess Your Progress As you pursue your professional goals and personal goals, be sure and take time to assess your progress. ] ] ]
ashley9272|Points 20|

User: are you black?

Weegy: No, I am Hispanic. What can I help you with?
smp0784|Points 3973|

User: what time is it in new york?

Weegy: New York is located in the Northeast United States.
toxictoast96|Points 2307|

User: are you human?

Weegy: Human capital is the stock of competencies, knowledge, social and personality attributes, including creativity, embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic value. [ It is an aggregate economic view of the human being acting within economies, which is an attempt to capture the social, biological, cultural and psychological complexity as they interact in explicit and/or economic transactions. ]
selymi|Points 10076|

User: what is your name?

Weegy: My name is Weegy. How may I help you today?
WNC|Points 10083|

User: am i annoying?

Weegy: 1. (if she isn't rude)just talk to her
Gold2010|Points 6|

User: do you want me to go away?

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