Week 4 course project: part 4 – goal analysis | Speech 277 | Chamberlain College of Nursing
To say that a goal has been achieved, a person must exhibit behavior consistent with that goal. They should verbally confirm their achievement or make statements, along with taking physical action to achieve the goal. The individual who has achieved their goal should show satisfaction and accomplishment.
Also, it is important to think about any possible obstacles or challenges that may make it hard for an individual to reach their goal. Early identification of these problems will allow for the implementation of helpful strategies to help them achieve their goals. If unexpected obstacles arise on the road to achieving their goals, a few problem-solving techniques will allow them to stay motivated and focused until they reach their goal.