goal setting dashboard

Goals need the full picture view

Today we all use various apps and tools to work with our health, financials etc. We can set goals in our fitness app and use it to plan and track the progress. We can set a diet plan in a book, and use the bank app to plan savings or financial growth. But what is missing here?

What you lack is the full picture view. Therefore the goals you set are much more likely to fail or have other negative effects that you weren’t prepared for.  Your training goals might have an effect on time with friends or how you spend time with friends. But when you set the goals, you might not see or consider that. Your chances to succeed drops right away.

Goal setting is a process that starts with careful consideration of what you want to achieve and ends with a lot of hard work to actually do it. In between, there are some very well-defined steps that transcend the specifics of each goal. Knowing these steps will allow you to formulate goals that you can accomplish.

PQM – set goals with the big picture

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Our Personal Quality Management concept combines all life areas and gives the complete picture of goals and plans. We have created a structure to follow when you set goals and tasks where you look at the defined 6 life areas that are important. Set a goal, make sure you know where you are in the present and set a plan with task and milestones.

When you work, you see the progress in all life areas or if you have things that are missing in your plan. We do not give you any answers on how or what you should do. We give you the right tools and we push you through the process.

There are no fixed answers or manuals on how you should succeed with your goals. It is always an individual plan that you need to figure out. We help you in the process. In all the different areas you can use apps, books or other tools that will help you forward. NoLimit keeps you on track, check off the tasks you complete and set new ones as you go. The app has built-in reminders, and you should do regular self-assessments and reviews to stay focused.

/Markus Sulkupuro