Being result-oriented removes a lot of the static you experience in your work life and makes it easier to focus on what really matters to you. Here’s how you can be more result-oriented at work by following three simple steps.
Planning is the bedrock of a result-oriented mindset. Once you have established your goals, define how you’ll get there. What information do you have to gather? What resources do you need? Create a roadmap to your success and make it as realistic and specific as possible.
Break Down Larger Goals Into Small Actions
Now that you have identified your goals and detailed a plan to achieve them, break down your larger objectives into small actions. For example, before expanding your business into other areas you may need to educate yourself, and in order to educate yourself, you probably need to find a way to carve some free time for yourself first.
Track Your Progress
Once you have a clear picture of the small actions you must complete to achieve your larger goals, you can start tracking your progress. Using a list-making app like Trello or Google Keep may be helpful. Or you may just create a hand-drawn chart where you write everything down. What matters is that you choose a method that allows you to visualize where you are, what are the next steps in the process, and how long it takes you to move through each step.
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