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Locke's Goal Setting Theory: Understanding SMART Goal Setting

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MindManager Map added Tue, Mar 15, 2011
Locke's Goal Setting Theory: Understanding SMART Goal Setting
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Understand goal setting theory to improve motivation and performance.

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03/01/2014
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03/01/2014
Hi zvz2014 Totally agree that it would be great for more acknowledgement of the maps shared here, and their authors - thank you for showing your appreciation for this great map, and Toni (the creator)! With regards to notifications - they are sent only to the map author, and anyone else who has commented on this map. Sending an email to 60,000 people every time a comment was made on any map might prove a little tiring! ;-)
03/01/2014
"Thank you “conciselearning” for posting this map. This note is to acknowledge your work and not to let 3680 views and 345 download later see this page be without a comment. This is a second post of its kind I wrote today with this advice but now I am actually going to answer it: A piece of advice to all visitors: people who are generous to share the fruits of their labor, free of charge: would they not deserve at least an acknowledgment for their work? Think about it and perhaps next time when you download a map say a thanks! It will help the maps coming for the benefit of us all. Would you agree?" Actually this kind of posting of "acknowledgment" can be counterproductive under the current design of BP if such note is emailed to everybody. (I am not sure.) If only you and I get the notification then I see no problem with it and I stand up for the advice so we encourage the content providers to share more maps. If however a comment is emailed to everybody, then if others will start posting in kind that would potentially cause too many emails coming in. Question for BP site admin to consider.

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