TED Talks: Don’t talk about your goals

Posted on Febrero 27, 2014


Ok, so I watched this video with great expectation, thinking that I was going to find something fresh and inovative to help my clients and followers really get moving with their goal setting.

Guess what? While I think this is an interesting proposition, I’m not sure exactly how effective it would really be in practice. I mean 179 people sample, a conclusive study doesn’t make. Sometimes, I think that it is necessary let people in on your goals and objectives so you have a support group or even someone to kick you in the butt. The only thing is, you have to keep in mind the actions you are taking at all times to get you to that goal.

Without concrete actions there is no achievement of goals.

Take a look at the video and let me know what you think.

Do you tell people about your goals?

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Have a good one!

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2 Respuestas para "TED Talks: Don't talk about your goals"

  • Amanda Hull
    Febrero 27, 2014 (20:14)

    What a ridiculous premature conclusion! Work longer w/ less results=highly unmotivating! Accountability is King! #sayitloud

    • Eduardo Arellano
      Febrero 28, 2014 (06:07)

      I couldn’t agree with you more! It’s a pretty broad stroke to paint saying that 190 sample could be so conclusive.

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