English Presentation Setting Systems vs. Setting Goals
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- What are the benefits of setting systems?
- To what extent do you agree with this topic?
- What are some obvious negative points regarding setting goals?
- From which point of view is extreme goal setting likened to yo-yo effect?
- According to the lecturer, which type of goals can yield better results?
- What is domino effect or domino theory?
- Can we prescribe everybody setting systems as a substitute for setting goals? Why?
- How can you exemplify the theory of setting systems by referring to the best-selling inspirational book, Who Moved My Cheese?, by Dr. Spencer Johnson?
Topic: Setting Systems vs. Setting Goals
LELB Lecturer: Sasan