1. What steps does your textbook’s author recommend for achieving your short term goals? The textbook’s author recommends achieving short term goals should have two steps. First identify your short term goals, decide each goals importance at this current time, then pick the goal that is most crucial to achieve at this time. Secondly, list all the necessary steps it will take to achieve this goal, then determine how much time will be needed, plan a schedule and implement your goal.
2. What steps does your textbook’s author recommend for achieving your long term goals? The textbook’s authors recommends achieving long term goals should consist of the following steps: (a) Describe the long term goal, is it an personal achievement, a new job, a financial obligation, (b) Explain the reason you chose this goal, what difference will it make to your life, your family or job what will the long term benefits be. (c) Identify the steps it will take, the minor and major steps, the short term goals for each step, list the time need to achieve each step and the overall time to complete this goal. (d) Identify the sacrifices that need/or should be made to achieve this goal.
3. Describe an important decision in your academic or personal life that you will have to make in the near future. An important decision I will have make in the near future about my academic life will be whether or not to continue on to my bachelor’s degree in accounting or change my major to business, travel, human resources or teaching,
The Essay on Short Term vs Long Term Goals
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4. Explain the reasons for your decision and conclude with your best possible choice. I like all prospects I would like to own my own small business, I love to travel and I want to teach children but I am also the go to person to everyone I know. I graduate in October 2013 with my Associates Degree in accounting but I would like to go further. My decision will come down to where I actually see myself, what Everest has to offer, if I need to change schools and my financial obligations when everything is completed.