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    Explaining goals: short term versus long term

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    If you don't set attainable short term goals, you could lose momentum and risk your long term goals. Explain

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    Mike Brooks (http://www.goalssuccess.com/2009/06/5-secrets-of-setting-short-term-goals.html) says "Secret #3: The goals you pick don't have to be fully accomplished in the time period you've identified. This is the key! Rather, what you're looking to do in the next 3 to 6 months is to simply develop momentum, establish a pattern, and begin getting you excited about your life again." This is directed towards a person's life, but business not that different.

    Momentum is what carries you when you slip or miss target once in awhile. When you miss a ...

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    Typical discussion question answer in paragraph format that explains the differences between short term goals and long term goals.