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Acheiving Your Goals by Using the PERT Method

By Guest Author On March 1, 2010 Under Setting Goals


Day 23 of the 39 Day Challenge. Achieving goals using PERT and the Critical Path Method.

Blair Singer, author of Sales Dogs and The ABCs of Building Business Teams That Win, taught me an extremely valuable technique for setting and achieving goals.

It is called PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) and it is critical to ensuring your reach the goals you set for yourself or your business.

Simply put, you start out in the future, at the point you've reached your goal, then you work backwards. Each time you work back a step you ask yourself the question "What happened just before that?"

By using sticky notes on a wall or white board, you have the ability to move them around, add new steps between other steps, change the path of the goal, etc. It allows you to get extremely detailed about the steps you will take in acheiving your goal.

It is very powerful and really takes the guess work out of setting a goal and working to achieve it. This process ensures you get what you want.

To find out more about getting what you want and how to do it, visit http://johnseiferth.com. Enter your contact information and we will talk!


Duration : 8 min 32 sec

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