Extensive because, usually, goal setting during this period, is really an effort to race against time; to compensate for the lost opportunities earlier and to set a professional goal. Goal setting, therefore, is a set of skills that can be learned or acquired, which is important for achieving different types of effects necessary for specific desires. And if it is the first step of thinking, usually the "warm-up" period that is committed into writing, then the problem is in the making. This is so because goals can be easily lost in myriad of letters in written form. There are even instances that if someone is tired, simply looking at several pages of paper can be a stressful exercise. You should also have a method of checking your progress. Say, for example, you have decided to prioritize your personal growth and you have set a goal for this. What you will need is a procedure in which you can monitor each step of the goal so as to make the necessary revisions. And since goal setting is never done to isolate yourself from the rest, make it a habit to surround yourself with people that share your vision. Knowing each other too well could sometimes set a difference in making the relationship, and in general, the team, work. The discussion could facilitate a venue where each members can meet half way and reach a consensus about how they could effectively meet targets and goals. Set the goals for the team. With the advent of the fever created by a book by Dan Brown, stories suddenly became the focal point of everything. Everything started in a story, they say. When God created the world; it is a story. The other side of this, i.e., evolution, is also a story. Jesus' mission is also a story. And His supposed relationship with Mary Magdalene is a story in itself. The fitness program should be carefully planned and a timetable, with goals and targets, should be put up. Before you begin any fitness goal setting program, remember to assess and think over what it is you really like to achieve after a certain period of time. To do so, you must take into consideration a number of factors and variables that include your physical skills, your appearance, the amount of weight you want to lose or gain and whether you would settle to building up your strength, flexibility and endurance.