*** Download the Free SMART Goals Workbook provided in external resources. ***
***All lectures are downloadable***
*** Course now with closed captions/subtitles in English (Thanks Udemy!) ***
This course will teach you how to achieve more in less time. By learning how to use SMART Goals you will gain a concise, structured method to help keep you motivated and on track. In the course, I will take you through how to ensure that your goals are;
In addition, throughout the course I provide a practical way for you to relate the SMART technique to your current goals as well as demonstrate my personal system for keeping on top of my goals. I also cover some of the most common errors people make when establishing their goals and I provide a bonus lecture on time management. Last, at the end of the course I give you the opportunity to answer a question to win a free course on the science behind productivity.
Topics in the course include, but are not limited to;
This is now my 6th course on Udemy, so when you enroll you also get access to my announcements that include free tips, hacks and techniques on productivity, innovation, motivation and problem-solving. As a dedicated instructor with a PhD in educational psychology, I will share the latest research with you to keep you a step ahead and motivated to achieve more.
My course is designed for leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators and anyone that wants to achieve more in less time. If this sounds like you, enroll right now. Life is short, and I guarantee that even if you are familiar with the SMART method, you will learn something new in this course. If not, send me a message and I will make it right.
*** Download the SMART Goals Workbook provided in external resources. ***
In this lecture I provide a brief overview of what will be covered in the course and how to get the most out of the Udemy Platform. There is also a short exercise at the end of the lecture. Have pen and paper or a digital notebook handy.
Also, there is a link provided for Q&A.
In this lecture I discuss the difference between a vision, goal and a resolution. I also discuss the benefits of setting specific goals and then cover when setting specific goals might actually be a bad thing. Note: Additional downloadable materials previously attached to this lecture, have now been moved to the text-based lecture at the end of the course titled "Course References/Resources".
In this lecture I discuss;
In this lecture I cover why you want to use Actionable instead of Achievable. I then discuss the use of actionable to establish initial steps and milestones followed by taking you through how I use Microsoft OneNote to manage my action plans.
This lecture tackles how to manage multiple goals using the SMART method. I discuss how to use the Value/Effort Matrix and the "Pareto Principle".
In this lecture I discuss Action/Feedback loops, the need for establishing the right frequency and incentives, and how you can avoid "The Planning Fallacy".
In this lecture I discuss seven of the most common errors that people make when establishing their goals. This includes things such as not writing down your goals, not keeping them visible and not making sure that your goals are aligned with your vision.