The difference between a wish and accomplishment are the steps you take to make it happen
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE
So you have set some goals in the form of things to accomplish using Lean, Agile and DevOps – now what? Talking about changing your world can be a little bit overwhelming, so it helps to break it up into individual tasks that you can accomplish. Have you ever set a goal for yourself? What was it? Did you accomplish it? Most of us have experienced a time when we set a goal for ourselves and didn’t follow through. This is often because the goals we set aren’t clear – do any of these sound familiar?
⚡ Lose weight / Lose 20kgs (instead of 1kg a week)
⚡ Exercise more (instead of go to Gym on Monday)
⚡ Go home early (the goal of many in IT)

 
And now for the SECRET SAUCE for Personal Success

Understanding WHY you want to do something. If it is truly important to you, you will find the time and energy. If not, well it will always be the thing to do tomorrow.
 
The secret sauce (Why) to my first goal is

 
I called this goal:-

Note - the nature of this first release is to allow a random approach. Thus we cannot take information in one form and move it to the other. Thus you must refer back to the Goal Setting that you have done
 
Why I want '{{answer_70863347}}' is:-

 
By doing '{{answer_70863347}}' I will accomplish:-

We introduce the idea of value (the notion of value is a principle in Lean, Agile and DevOps). The quick start approach is to state what you will gain or what pain you will remove
 
The secret sauce (Why) to my next goal is

 
The next goal I have called:-

Note - the nature of this first release is to allow a random approach. Thus we cannot take information in one form and move it to the other. Thus you must refer back to the Goal Setting that you have done
 
Why I want '{{answer_Hy9vMOaoR8ps}}' is:-

 
By doing '{{answer_Hy9vMOaoR8ps}}' I will accomplish:-

We introduce the idea of value (the notion of value is a principle in Lean, Agile and DevOps). The quick start approach is to state what you will gain or what pain you will remove
 
The secret (Why) sauce to my final goal is

 
The final goal I have called:-

Note - the nature of this first release is to allow a random approach. Thus we cannot take information in one form and move it to the other. Thus you must refer back to the Goal Setting that you have done.
 
Why I want '{{answer_jra3IcYbl1oG}}' is:-

 
By doing '{{answer_jra3IcYbl1oG}}' I will accomplish:-

We introduce the idea of value (the notion of value is a principle in Lean, Agile and DevOps). The quick start approach is to state what you will gain or what pain you will remove
 
How would you describe your knowledge of setting SMART goals?


If you found this section exercised your brain then you are well on your way to being successful with your Personal Success Plan.
All that remains is for you to allocate the time and Just Do It.
Back to the kitchen
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