Goal Setting

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GOAL SETTING :

GOAL SETTING BY MARIA MASOOD 11994 IQRA UNIVERSITY

DEFINITION OF COMMITMENT:

DEFINITION OF COMMITMENT Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality The hard work and loyalty that someone gives to an organization, activity etc

COMMITMENT:

COMMITMENT 1. Reliability 2 . Dependability 3 . Predictability 4. Consistency 5. Care 6. Empathy 7. A sense of duty 8. Sincerity 9. Character 10. Integrity 11. Loyalt y

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UNCONDITIONAL COMMITMENT " My behavior is predictable in an unpredictable future." What makes the future unpredictable? • Changes in your life and circumstances. • Changes in my life and circumstances. • Changes in the external conditions.

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COMMITMENT 1 ) Not a legal contract 2) Sticking in spite of choices

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Sign of maturity Prioritizing the choices

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Bases of Relationships Like a glue

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Forgiveness Surrendering personal wants for personal needs

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WHAT MAKES A COMMITMENT WORTH KEEPING ? • Predictability. • Security in an insecure world. • Personal growth . • Strong relationships between individuals and community. • Lasting personal and professional relationships.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN:

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMITMENT & CONFINEMENT

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COMMITMENT & SELFISHNESS

SELFISH PARASITES:

SELFISH PARASITES People who are not willing to make commitments but still they keep sharing and using anything and everything of one another

COMMITMENT TO VALUES:

COMMITMENT TO VALUES

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INSINCERE COMMITMENTS Broken homes Abandoned children Poor relationships High stress levels Guilt Unfulfilled life Loss of business Isolation Depression

DEFINITION OF ETHICS:

DEFINITION OF ETHICS Moral Principles of behavior for deciding what is right and wrong

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN:

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ETHICAL CHOICES & PERSONAL CHOICES

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ETHICAL CHOICES ARE BASED ON 1. Our desire for convenience, comfort, and pleasure. 2. Our feeling 3. Social fads and ads

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SITUATIONAL ETHICS Ethics which vary with every situation are called as Situational Ethics.

SOCIETYS’ HEART BEAT:

SOCIETYS’ HEART BEAT

ETHICAL TRAINING :

ETHICAL TRAINING

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ETHICS AND LEGALITY

PURPOSE OF LIFE:

PURPOSE OF LIFE

WINNING AND WINNERS:

WINNING AND WINNERS Winning is an event Being a Winner is a spirit

WINNING IS ALL ABOUT WINNING WITH HONOUR:

WINNING IS ALL ABOUT WINNING WITH HONOUR Try not to be a man of success but rather try to be a man of value. Albert Einstein

WINNERS ARE GRACIOUS:

WINNERS ARE GRACIOUS

WINNERS LEAVE A LEGACY:

WINNERS LEAVE A LEGACY

CHANGING VALUES:

CHANGING VALUES

ETHICS IN BUSINESS:

ETHICS IN BUSINESS

VISION:

VISION

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION Set goals with clear values and visions so that you know where you are going otherwise you are likely to wind up somewhere else