You Better Determine Goals and Help You Compare Results. 2/ Define Objectives: How to Do It Intelligently as in Any Strategy, the Definition of Objectives to Be Addressed in Order to Know Where You Are Going Is Essential. of Course, Your Results Can Be Much Better When You Learn to Define Smart Goals , That Is, They Have to Meet a Series of Characteristics; Be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and
Time-Bound. Specific: You Must Specify the Goal as Much as Possible to Be Able to Identify What You Want to Achieve. Napoleon Hill, Who Was an Adviser to Several Us Presidents, Said That One of the Rules executive list of Success Is the Precise Definition of Objectives. for Example: 'Lose Weight by Summer' Is Not a Specific Goal. 'I'm Going to Run 45 Minutes Every Day, I'm Going to Have a Balanced Diet with 5 Meals a Day, with Fruits, Vegetables and Meat in Small Quantities and I'll Drink 8 Glasses of Water', This Is to Have Specific Goals. Measurable: by Measuring an Objective We Can Compare It with the Planning and Decide If We Are on the Right Track Or, on the Contrary, We Have to Change Strategies.
This Will Help Us Determine If We Are Meeting the Proposed Objectives. in This Regard We Like to Recall a Phrase Defined by the Philosopher William Pepperell, "What Cannot Be Measured Cannot Be Controlled". Ast Sunday I Woke Up with the Desire to Put in Order Some Ideas That I Have Been Ruminating Over the Last Few Years About the State of Our Education. Both of My Parents Were Vocational Teachers and at Home We Learned from a Young Age What a Good Teacher and Learning Had to Be. Thanks to This and My Experience in Recent Years I Have Been Able to Compile These