Source: Ryan Allis
Here’s a blank career plan template you can use to achieve career success. Read on for how to fill it out. And at the end of the article, I’ve included a filled out example.
To help you determine your life purpose, think back on the projects you’ve completed in your career. What are the moments where you felt happiest? Perhaps it was when you were:
- Leading a team
- Inspiring others
- Completing a complicated task
- Working on a cause that’s bigger than yourself
Through introspection and asking yourself that question, you might find out what makes you happy and what you want to achieve in your life. And another way to assess your life purpose. An easy-way to take a personality test is to fill out the questionnaires and diagnostic tests in Ingrid Stabb’s book, The Career Within You.
Given that life goal, how can you measure success? Is it the number of projects completed? Or perhaps leading a team of a certain size?
How would you get to your desired goal? What are the milestones and intermediate steps that you would need to get there?
This is just a fancy term to described the emotions you want to feel when you hit your life objective. Some potssible emotions can include:
This is your opportunity to be specific about what you want to achieve.
Think about the acronym SMART. That is, are you outline goals that are specific, measurable, actionable, relevant, and time-bound?
Another thing to consider: are you short-term goals eventually helping you achieve your long-term goals? They should be connected.
Setting goals won’t matter if you don’t deliver! Scientific studies show that you’re more likely to follow through your commitments if you sign and date your goals. So don’t forget that symbolic step. It works!
Source: Ryan Allis
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