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While many people spend a great deal of time and attention on creating personal and professional goals, how many of us take the time regularly to identify the ever changing needs of the individuals in the family and set flexible, encouraging, result driven goals for each person and the unit as a whole?
Featured Author Quote:
"Family goal setting is far more difficult than setting personal goals. This is because each individual in the family has different requirements, needs, and ambitions." - Robert Davis
In Today's "Thriving Thursday's" Featured Article 4 Family & Future Success, guest author Robert Davis addresses 6 questions and concerns anyone trying to set a goal for the entire family needs to ask.
Family goal setting is far more difficult than setting personal goals. This is because each individual in the family has different requirements, needs, and ambitions. That is why anyone trying to set a goal for the entire family needs to ask several questions. Some of these questions concern:
1. Family Time. Is there a member of the family who needs more support? Is there a sibling relationship that needs mending right away? Have there been enough memorable moments that everyone in the family can look back fondly upon. If not, then you need to set some goals to this effect.
2. Children’s development. Before setting goals, you must know the [read more...]