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How to Gamify Your Goals: A Step By Step Guide - Gamification Co

How to Gamify Your Goals: A Step By Step Guide - Gamification Co | Building the Digital Business | Scoop.it
When I started gamifying my goals last year, I didn’t think it would become something worth sharing. I simply wanted to create an effective system for tracking and achieving my goals – especially the ones that were in dire need of motivation.

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Ariana Amorim's curator insight, March 10, 2013 6:45 AM

"This article contains the nitty-gritty details on the process of gamifying goals, along with a set of techniques that will help you get the most out of the system you ultimately create for yourself. So if you have (or intend to soon have) a challenging goal that would benefit from higher levels of motivation, it may be worth your while to read on."

 
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Consider Not Setting Goals in 2013

Consider Not Setting Goals in 2013 | Building the Digital Business | Scoop.it
Goals have counterproductive side effects. There's a better way to hold yourself accountable.

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Ariana Amorim's curator insight, December 14, 2012 2:37 PM

"So what can you do in the absence of goals? It's still often necessary to drive toward achievements, especially in business. We need help setting direction and measuring progress. But maybe there's a better way to achieve those things while sidestepping goals' negative side effects.

I want to propose one: Instead of identifying goals, consider identifying areas of focus.

A goal defines an outcome you want to achieve; an area of focus establishes activities you want to spend your time doing. A goal is a result; an area of focus is a path. A goal points to a future you intend to reach; an area of focus settles you into the present." 

 

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