A long time ago I looked for a search for the definition of the word "growth". My curiosity was asked for discussion with some of my colleagues at online events. Growth is defined in various ways. In my opinion, Wikipedia says it's best:
"Growth refers to an increase in some amounts over time. The amount can be physical or abstract. It can also refer to growth, ie statistical models to describe how much the magnitude increases over time. "
Growth is perhaps the most important factor in personal and professional development. If you emphasize it, you can quickly be assigned to your employer. On your personal side, without growth, your relationships can occur. The same can be said for companies that do not have a suitable growth policy. Companies who lose sight of improving their services or products and grow their customers will probably be gobbled up by competitors. This asks the following questions:
* How do you continue to grow?
* What methods can be implemented to increase our growth?
Typical solution – set goals
A common solution is to achieve goals. The most successful people I know set goals or goals for performance. If you are a teacher, you can create a specific GPA for your class to accomplish. If you are in sales or management, you can set production or efficiency goals for your employees. Almost every company sets goals for its fiscal year. This is usually covered by a quarterly meeting with senior executives or, if the company is officially, with Wall Street securities trading. According to Wikipedia:
"The goal or goal consists of the estimated state of mind that a person or system intends or intends to bring – individual or planned final stage in some form of evolution.
There are some passwords mentioned in this definition – final, deadline, and end. These words basically state goals and why it's a wrong policy to promote growth. The irony is this policy will sometimes reach an opposing outcome. Let me explain.
A few years ago my wife and I went on vacation in the Caribbean. We got up early one morning to participate in a 3-mile race sponsored by the hotel. We were led by and older gentleman who was an experienced runner and regular participant in both New York City and Boston Marathons. On his run, he explained the best time to pass the race at the highest altitude. The reason is simple. Most runners see the hill as a challenge and set goals to reach the peak. Unfortunately, what usually happens is their subconscious mind, telling them to relax the summit. They are confident in their maximum and begin to slow down the goal. This is when you make your move. Your opponent relaxes, take care and suspect to pass. Surprisingly, you do not have to go out to continue. You simply need to focus, keep your pace and you'll blow them right. This is where the problem lies with the goal setting. Once your goal is achieved you gain confidence and growth ceases. To prevent this from happening, it is a guiding method for setting standards.
Measured Performance with Benchmarks
Companies like people are living entities. They need daily attention to success. The successful owner of the company needs to constantly work on their business model, refine their processes, educate employees and finally – be willing to change. You also need to measure your performance. This helps evaluate your performance and provides a framework for measuring interest rates. According to the http://www.websters.com dictionary, reference is:
2 a: reference point for which measurements b can be made: something that acts as the standard that others can measure or judge c: standard problem or test that provides a basis for evaluating or comparing
Using benchmarks, you have a clear measurable way to evaluate your performance without becoming a self-employed person. These criteria should be set to a small extent to prevent you and / or your employees from becoming overwhelming. A good example of how to benchmark can be useful is with weight loss. Healthcare professionals generally agree that the healthiest way to rid weight is that it can be burned off for several months. Most people, however, approach the problem by setting a target weight within a certain period of time. This creates two problems,
* Unrealistic expectations that result in disappointing results, or
* Adjust the pole at the level that is easy to reach.
Everyone has different metabolism and then burns calories at different speeds. If you set unrealistic weight or deadline, you will probably be disappointed and stopped. Ironically, this can happen even if you get results. The problem is that the results are not what you thought. Another problem is to achieve a goal that is too easily achieved. This creates a similar problem with running up to the height we discussed before – self-confidence. When we reach the goals of our weight we lose weight and put weight back together, a common problem among forcing births.
Instead of setting target weight, you can implement a more effective policy with criteria. A good starting point might be to lose 1 pound a week. With this policy, you can change your diet, add some exercise, and measure your progress without being overwhelmed and losing your focus. If you meet your criteria too easily, you can increase them. If you are not achieving the desired results, you can change your diet and practice accordingly. This policy will likely achieve better results and reduce the likelihood of independence or become a surprise.
We can all accept growth is the key to our success. Establishing a successful interest rate policy can mean the difference between being in business or undergoing. Most people tend to use goal setting as a method of success. Unfortunately, this technology can prevent disappointment or reassurance. A simple policy that uses criteria can help prevent these common traps. Setting up reasonable criteria can be a useful tool for continuing your business and most importantly helping you achieve the "growth" you want.