Goals

The man whose only goal is his own happiness is bad;
He whose goal is the good opinions of others is weak;
He whose goal is the happiness of others is good;
He whose goal is God is great! — Leo Tolstoy

All life is immortality; all work eternally significant. Every worth-while man who ever has lived has made plans bigger than his own lifetime. — Bruce Barton

Gear your goals to heavenly gains.

An ideal ceases to exist when we reduce it to the possible. — Dostoevski

Can you tell me which way to go?
Where do you want to go?
I don’t much care where to go.
Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go. — Alice’s conversation with the Chesher Cat in Alice in Wonderland

Everyone sets out to do something, and everyone does something, but few do what they set out to do.

To be reachable, goals must be concrete, specific, measurable, achievable, challenging and time framed.

To reach a goal, enthuse, enlist, enlighten, deploy, supervise, support and evaluate.

He who keeps his eyes firmly fixed on his goal walks the straightest line.

The important thing is not where you were or where you are but where you want to get. — David J. Schwartz

No one accomplishes more than he sets out to accomplish. — David J. Schwartz

To be reachable goals must be concrete, specific, measurable, challenging and on a time frame.

To create the faith for believing it, you must see the goal.

Seeing is the prerequisite for possessing.

What the eye sees not, the heart craves not.

Success formula: Think it. See it. Name it. Speak it. Do it. Evaluate it. Improve it. — Ray Cross