Jul 262014
 

Researchers have found that people who set goals are on average likely to be more successful in most ways than people who don’t set goals.

Goals and objectives are the basis for planning. As the Cheshire Cat said to Alice, “If you don't know where you are going, then any road will take you there.” And that is often how we approach life. We just live, and if we end up where we want to be, hey, that's great. If we end up where we don't want to be, hey, that’s life.

Specific:

Painting a mental picture of what your goal will look like requires very specific descriptors. For example, if owning a new car is your goal, then a specific goal might be, “I will have a red 2009 Chrysler LeBaron hardtop, with grey velour upholstery, air conditioning, air bags, electronic windows, and an MP3 player.” Then you can picture yourself driving around in that car.

Measurable:

If you can’t measure your goals, you won’t know if you reach them or not. If you are saving money for a new red LeBaron, how will you know how you are doing? You will need to be able to check how much money you have saved toward that goal.

Achievable/Attainable:

You also want to be certain that your goals are reachable. Sometimes people think that the top achievers of this world set high goals for themselves and then worked toward reaching them. But in truth, the super achievers of the world know that setting high goals can be a de-motivator. How? If you set goals that you feel in your heart of hearts is just not attainable, this can de-motivate you.

Maybe the car you can realistically afford right now isn’t a Chrysler LeBaron but a compact car. So adjust your goal; it isn’t written in cement or blood.

Relevant:

The goal should be relevant to you, personally. Maybe a Chrysler LeBaron isn’t relevant to what you are doing right now. Maybe you really need a Chevy half-ton to carry product or supplies. Or maybe transportation isn’t your problem - maybe you need office space or a new computer. You won’t get committed to goals that aren’t important to you, so you will only put a half-hearted effort into achieving the goal, and then blame yourself or the idea of setting goals if you don’t reach the goal.

Timed:

Goals often need a timeline. Some of us wouldn’t get a darn thing done if it wasn’t for the deadlines in our lives.

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Aug 062013
 

Any parents want to have a smart child so they rush to let their child take part in music or sign language classes. Nonetheless, these classes seem too complex for children. So, the parent can apply these tips to help their children smart without negative effects on children.

 

1. Follow child's lead

 

Do you know that your casting assessment on their learning value can stop your children's learning opportunities? You children will study better when they are encouraged to learn what they interested in. they can get knowledge in everywhere. For instance, they can learn math in cooking, history in board games and science in making mud pies.

 

2. Tell as you go

 

When your child is an infant or a toddler, you should talk to him or her while you do housework, tell him or her about your work as well as what you see on the way for walk. When it comes to older children, you can share stories in society, work, and family.

 

3. Share the world with child

 

Experiencing in fact is useful for children to understand what happen around them. Therefore, by giving your children opportunities to discovery the world like going to museums, parks, nature centers, theaters, etc, you are creating knowledge foundation for them.

 

4. Read with child

 

Reading is actually helpful for the children even when they are in the womb. You should read with them although they are possible to read by themselves because reading together can link all members in a family. So it is not harmful to let you child know you are also interested in a novel.

 

5. Model learning through living

 

Children are able to learn much from their parents.

Hence, talk to them about your work; show them how you resolve problems and let them know the way you pursue your passion and follow you dreams. Doing so, your child will feel free to learn and grow continually.

 

6. Relax and trust in child's natural ability to learn

 

According to many parents, formal instruction and scheduling classed starting are very important for their children in babyhood. Yet, it is not matter. Your child can learn everything by himself/herself. He not only learns to walk without your help but also knows how to speak through watching and communicating.

 

7. Ask questions or turn questions back to them

 

One of useful ways for the children's discovery is giving out questions to children. The questions can be very simple such as "What do you think that bird is doing?" or "Where do you think that ship came from?" Moreover, turning their question back on them is also good for children's thought and reaction. When the children raise question: "why birds migrate south for the winter?" you can ask him or her "That's a good question. Do you have any ideas?"

 

8. Reduce structure to provide freedom to expand

 

It is necessary to have free time for children at any ages to read, discovery or absorb. They seem having nothing to do, however, in fact, they are exploring their world themselves. Overscheduled children frequently are not enough energy to discovery what they like.

 

Christe Bruderlin-Nelson's work is in over 50 print publications and all over the Web. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers, the Association of Healthcare Journalists and the American Medical Writers Association.

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