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Is that by next Wednesday or in ﬁve years’ time? If you do not set a sensible timescale to the goal, the danger is that it may be impossibly stretching or simply too far in the future to worry about. If you don’t need to start on it for another ten years, it’s not going to motivate you to do anything about it today, is it? Keep that wealthy 3 percent of the Harvard boys and girls in mind. And now go and write out your SMART goals. SELF-DIRECTION SELF-DIRECTION If emotional intelligence were a journey, then selfawareness would be the skill of map reading.
It should sum up your life’s ambitions. If you don’t feel strongly about wanting to achieve it, then it’s not right for you. Keep trying until you come up with something that you feel passionate about. SET SMART GOALS I know I said that this book wouldn’t be full of research, but bear with me just this once, OK? Back in the 1950s, researchers asked a bunch of Harvard University graduates about their goals. As you might expect, almost all of them had goals. But only 3 percent of them actually wrote them down.
Yes, you may have failed at another interview—but you will probably get another job. It will just take more time and hard work. He may often be late for meetings, but is he late for every single one, 100 percent of the time? And while a colleague may not have paid attention to you several times, she probably listens to at least some of what you say— although perhaps not to the more important advice that you give her. Over-generalized statements are another form of automatic negative thoughts. So the important knack is to monitor and challenge them.