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Goal Management

Welcome to the Chapter on Goal Management. Goal management covers the steps from discovering your dreams, to celebrating their reality. We cover a system that integrates five year, one year, quarterly, monthly, and daily planning, execution, assessment, and adjustment so that your dreams become your reality.

Delve the posts below in the given order to transform your dreams into accomplishments!

  1. Direct Your Life
  2. Discover Your Dreams in 5 Steps
  3. Ready for Your Future? How to Commit to Your Dreams
  4. Five Steps Turn Dreams Into Goals in One Hour
  5. Ten Challenges to Goal Setting (and how to resolve)
  6. Set Your Quarterly Milestones
  7. Create Your Agile Monthly Plan
  8. Master Taskers Prioritize and Execute
  9. Nine Steps Adjust Your Plans and Improve Your Progress with Your Monthly-Assessment in One Hour
  10. Nine Steps to Celebrate and Learn from Your Quarterly-Assessment in One Hour
  11. Reflect Annually to Celebrate with Loved Ones and Continue Directing Your Future

Look for this list at the bottom of each post to help you navigate the chapter!

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David

An innovator in online higher education, David Leasure has led online university programs, problem-based approaches to online learning, and competency-based education. He has served as provost at Western Governors University, Colorado Technical University, and Jones International University. Leasure earned bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in computer science and was associate professor of computer science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, where he turned his interests from artificial intelligence to teaching and learning with technology. Leasure led the creation of CTU Online, served as CTU’s doctoral chancellor, and also as president of Jones International University.

His core belief is that all students can learn and his passion is helping them and their institutions succeed.

His current mission is to promote self-growth to empower 10M learners and 1M mentors and faculty by 2028.

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