why prepare 90-Day goals?

  1. To identify what you want to accomplish

  2. To help you focus on what matters most

  3. To make sure that you and the XP are in agreement regarding your priorities

  4. To provide you with accountability


Productivity studies show that you really can’t focus on more than 5-7 items at any one time. Don’t try to impress the XP or yourself with a long list of objectives. Also, please don’t include sections with several objectives under each section. This is a recipe for losing focus and accomplishing very little. Instead, focus on a handful of goals that you can almost repeat from memory. 

your goal must be actionable. Goals that begin with a verb (e.g., “Achieve,” “Finalize,” “Complete,” etc.) tend to carry more traction

You should be able to sit down with your XP in 90 days and determine whether or not you accomplished the Goal.

Don’t attempt to do more than you can realistically accomplish in 90 days. Push yourself without compromising execution.

Since these are 90-day goals, you should began by asking yourself the question, What do I want to accomplish by October 31? or whatever the time horizon is.

it is important that they motivate you: this means making sure that they are important to you, and that there is value in achieving them.

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Goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound.
Sometimes when you achieve your goals even with the best intentions we fail to consider the needs of others Will the plans and goals you put in place help support those you serve? You win when those you serve win.