Long term goals
"Goals are as essential to success as air is to life." One of my favorite sayings, It's ironic that would be my favorite saying since I've always been a planner. I always had a plan. Planning for our futures is very important even if those plans may change. One way in which we plan for the future is by setting goals. defines a goal as "the end toward which effort is directed." Part of the career planning process involves setting goals. These goals, both long and short term, will be used to develop a career action plan. The career action plan describes steps you will take to reach your goals. goal is usually a particular career objective. It can be a particular occupation, a rung on the career ladder, or an earnings level. Goals may be either short or long term. Long term goals can take about three to five years to achieve, while short term goals are reachable in one to three years. Short term goals are often a stop along the way to our long term goals. You decide what you want to do and then figure out what you need to do to achieve your goal. Then you get into more complicated goals -- your plans for the future. It's achieving those goals that isn't so easy. Of course the actions you take to try to accomplish your goals will play a huge role in whether you reach them. But, the way you formulate your goals is extremely important too. "I believe by achieving my B.com degree at osmania University, combined with the foundation built during my MBA .I will have the necessary academic tools to excel in the field of finance and emerging financial arenas. To achieve my goals, including my goal of becoming a financial academe, I plan to concentrate my studies heavily on continuous education in the field of finance. Strengths that will assist me in doing this and achieving my goal of research include my knowledge of higher mathematics and business statistics, and a high degree of knowledge in the fields of finance, accounting and risk...
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