Goal Setting: Proper Evaluation Part 2

The second thing that you need to do to make a proper evaluation during the goal setting process is to find out what you felt when all those things were happening. These events can be while you were performing tasks or the most significant ones such as achieving something or failing at completing something. It is important to know what you felt so that you can do some damage control if damages were done to your ego or to your confidence as a goal setter.


Goal Setting: Proper Evaluation Part 2

How do you do this? It’s basically just asking the right questions and giving out the right answers. What did you feel? It’s that simple and all you need to do now is answer the question truthfully. It could be difficult if you aren’t used to digging up your feelings especially when they are negative ones but try and you shall succeed. Trust me, it’ll be good for you now in your present set goals as well as in the long run when you try to achieve other life goals.


Goal Setting: Proper Evaluation

When you encounter a problem or even just at the end of the day when you’re making your journal for goal setting, you will be required to do an evaluation of your activities. How do you do this properly? I say properly because there are certain things that you must cover in order to make a really good and useful evaluation.

Goal Setting: Proper Evaluation

So, let’s get on with it. The first that you should do is look at the activities that you did for your life goals, career goals, or whatever set goals you have. Look at them carefully and ask yourself if you did them all as well as if you did them according to plan. That is, were you able to do them properly? Were there any mistakes or were you not able to do something?

The second thing that you should do is look at what you felt when doing these activities. For a more detailed way on how to do this, proceed to the next article on this series. ^_^