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Taking your work to the next level means setting and keeping career goals. A career goal is a targeted objective that explains what you want your ultimate profession to be.

Defining career goals is a critical step to achieving success. You need to know where you’re going in order to get there. Knowing what your career goals are isn’t just important for you–it’s important for potential employers too. The relationship between an employer and an employee works best when your goals for the future and their goals align. Saying, “Oh, I don’t know. I’ll do anything,” makes you seem indecisive, and opens you up to taking on ill-fitting tasks that won’t lead you to your dream life.

Career goal templates’ one-size-fits-all approach won’t consider your unique goals and experiences. They won’t help you stand out, and they may not reflect your full potential.

In this article, I’ll help you to define your career goals with SMART goal framework, and will provide you with a list of examples goals for work and career.

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Instead of relying on a generalized framework to explain your vision, use a tried-and-true goal-setting model. SMART is an acronym for “Specific, Measurable, Action-oriented, Realistic with Timelines.” [1] The SMART framework demystifies goals by breaking them into smaller steps.

Helpful hints when setting SMART career goals:

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Start with short-term goals first. Be specific, but don’t overdo it. Get clear on how you’re going to reach your goals. Don’t be self-centered.

If you want to learn more about setting SMART Goals, watch the video below to learn how you can set SMART career goals.

After you’re clear on how to set SMART goals, you can use this framework to tackle other aspects of your work. For instance, you might set SMART goals to improve your performance review, look for a new job, or shift your focus to a different career.

We’ll cover examples of ways to use SMART goals to meet short-term career goals in the next section.

Setting goals is one part of the larger formula for success. You may know what you want to do, but you also have to figure out what skills you have, what you lack, and where your greatest strengths and weaknesses are.

One of the best ways to understand your capabilities is by using the Science Careers Individual Development Plan skills assessment. It’s free, and all you need to do is register an account and take a few assessments.

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These assessments will help you determine if your career goals are realistic. You’ll come away with a better understanding of your unique talents and skill-sets. You may decide to change some of your career goals or alter your timeline based on what you learn.

Gifted kids aren’t the only ones with sleep issues. Gifted adults have many of the same issues. Difficulty turning off the brain, existential worries, overexcitabilities. Oh, and back pain. Adults just have a few better coping skills…and wine.

I love sleep. Sleep is my favorite. I have several younger friends having babies right now, and while I’m thrilled for them, I’m even more thrilled that it ain’t me, because I love sleep. I’ll never get a puppy, because I love sleep. I’ll never work an overnight shift of anything, because I love sleep. After screwing up my sleep and my life to the point of earning a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Lifetime Achievement Award, I love sleep. I never again want to find myself in the rut of having a full night’s sleep and waking more tired than when I clicked off the light. It’s painful. Unfortunately I seem to be scooching back to that; I blame winter and stress. Looks like I’ll be instituting Jen’s Plan For Showing Sleep How Much She Loves It. Basically, cut back on caffeine (whimper…) and call it quits earlier in the night. Just more self-care adulting. Except today. Today I require caffeine to function. I’ll start tomorrow. Maybe.

So to the parents with young gifted kids who rarely sleep: they will eventually. I swear. And if they don’t, they will eventually grok that keeping you from blessed slumber is not in their best interest. Then you, too, will have a passionate affair with sleep once again.

And caffeine.

And wine.

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Love sleep? Want to learn more about gifted kids and blessed slumber? Check out the other writers participating in February’s Hoagies Gifted Blog Hop .

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This is the story of two young men. Age peers, but there the similarities diverged, much like the path in the woods. This is the story of Goofus and Gallant.

Gallant was a fine young chap, admired by his peers and adored by adults. He was the best at nearly everything he tried, and actively worked to be so. He seemed to effortlessly balance advanced classes, leadership roles, volunteer work, paid employment, and anything else expected of him. When participating in class, he could advance the discussion with a well-considered idea on the topic. He would have appropriate answers to the teachers’ questions, usually replying in detail. Gallant absorbed information, usually mastered new concepts in a half-dozen or so repetitions, and enjoyed the view from the top of the group. Getting As in class was important to him, and he was generally pleased with his success in school. He had many friends, usually in his grade, and appreciated the complex humor they all enjoyed. Overall, Gallant was the very model of successful young man, and his future was very bright.

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Around 90 top players have already joined the Counter-Strike Professional Players' Association (CSPPA). Now, seven players have agreed to form the association's board and go public.

After being a hot topic in the professional CS:GO community for years, a union that looks to serve the needs of players now finally sees the light of day.

The CSPPA was officially set up earlier this year by veteran esports personality Scott "SirScoots" Smith in collaboration with an organisation called 'Danish Elite Athletes Association' and a group of players with Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth at the helm, and it has been increasing its membership count since then.

The founding board of the Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association

Seven players, two of whom were in the HLTV Top 20 for 2017, have now formed the founding board, which will make all decisions on behalf of the association and its members to ensure the 'best possible conditions for players', according to the CSPPA.

The founding board members of the Counter Strike Professional Players' Association are:

Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth Epitacio "TACO" de Melo Tarik "tarik" Celik Jonathan "EliGE" Jablonowski Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert Chris "chrisJ" de Jong Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt

The CSPPA's daily operations, including legal counsel for players, will be run by legal advisor Michael Døi and by Mads Øland, CEO of the Danish Elite Athletes Association, a Danish umbrella organisation that acts as a union for sports athletes in Denmark.

According to Døi, members of the association will elect a new board, or confirm the existing one, within the first year of operation.

Døi says that the CSPPA's main objective is to help players with legal advice and assist them in signing contracts with teams and organisations, as well as to 'become the collective voice of the players in CS:GO and an important stakeholder in the industry.'

"As any other players’ association, we will work to secure the best possible working conditions for players in CS:GO, while of course taking into account the special nature of the industry," Døi added.

"In any sport, it makes sense that players can influence their employment conditions. There is certainly a huge difference in how CS:GO contracts are structured, and there will definitely be players that could benefit from guidance when signing them.

"Our goal is to represent the players in the best possible way and help the entire scene grow in a positive direction. We see a lot of possibilities for doing that."

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