Zig Zag Principle – A Revolution in Goal Setting

Rewards – Finding Hidden Treasures

  • As you zig and zag towards your goal, you need to find ways to reward and motivate yourself and the people working for you along the way. It’s important to realize that what motivates one person may not motivate another. Rich gives several specific examples. Involve employees as you set up your goals and reward system, but keep it simple. Don’t make rewards routine or people will feel entitled to them. Don’t give rewards until they are earned. Reward yourself daily. It can be simple like, when I finish this work, I’ll take a walk and watch the ducks. It is important to take a break from intense work to celebrate and enjoy the fruits of your labor and don’t ignore your family.
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