3. Goals must be relevant with reasonable "stretch"
establishing goals, ask yourself if the goal is meaningful – is there
value in doing that particular activity? Each goal must be relevant to
the work you do each day. And don’t set too many goals – this is an
issue of quality, not quantity.
Goals should have some “stretch” to them and perhaps require you to
learn and /or do something new, but they shouldn’t be excessive or
unreasonable. Efficiency is a good area to focus on when establishing
goals. Improving the way something is done or how quickly it is done are
important goals that offer tangible, measureable results.