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MessaggioInviato: 15 Gen 2020 09:45:46    Oggetto:  Usual answer is immediately - pretty unrealistic
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In the past
, if you had a favorite piece of art that is hanging on your wall that you wanted to really show off, your only option was to get a picture light that had a cord attached to it. While this type of a light did a great job highlighting the picture on the wall, it was also a little unsightly because of the cord. It seems like more people looked at that spot on the wall and saw the cord running down the wall than actually saw the picture that was being spotlighted. Thanks to battery picture lights, this problem has been solved. If you get a good battery picture light
, you can highlight the artwork without drawing attention away from it with the cord.

Not having a cord provides another benefit, especially if you have children who live in the house. Most cords in your house are only one or two feet off the ground. If you have a traditional picture light that has a cord running from the picture to the outlet, it is going to be eye level with your child. It will be very hard for them to resist the temptation pull on the cord. Not only could they get hurt from this, but they could end up pulling down your picture so that it becomes damaged. Battery lights protect both the children and the picture.

In addition to not drawing attention away from your artwork
, battery lights have an additional benefit. This benefit is the fact that you do not have any restrictions about where you can hang the painting. It does not have to be within six feet of a plug-in. You can look at your room and the things you have in your room and put your art work exactly where you want it to be.

In fact, this flexibility extends even further. You do not actually even need to have a wall for your picture. Since the light does not have cords with it, you can put the picture and the light anywhere that you want. You may choose to set the light on a desk or on a shelf. Some people have even put these types of things inside a curio cabinet.

Since you are not limited by the location of the outlets or the length of the cord, you can even use the lighting as part of the art. You can place the lights anywhere that you want to in the room where you feel it might create the most interesting effect. It does not have to just highlight art work; these lights can highlight anything that you want people to see. These types of lights also have many different types of options available that can make your favorite works of art even more interesting. Some of the effects that you may want to consider are shadow
, smoking, dimming, 3D or fogging. Having these types of options available gives you free reign and gives you the opportunity to truly make the object that you are lighting to stand out and look fantastic.
Probably as well known as SWOT, SMART turns goals
, objectives and tasks into concrete deliverables. If there is one key to turning busy, ineffectual organisations into models of streamlined efficiency then this is it.


More accurately SMART ought to be SMARRRT. There are at least three equally valid definitions for the 'R'.


OK, the 10 second introduction to working smarter:


Specific: Be completely clear on the outcome expected of the goal, objective or task


Measurable: Phrase the statement of what is to be achieved so that the achievement of that outcome can be clearly measured.


Achievable: The idea is to clarify and motivate. There is nothing more demoralising than carefully constructed
, but utterly impossible, goals.


Realistic: Given your current situation: is your goal realistic? Relevant: Is this specific task or goal relevant to the overall aims of the company or plan? Resourced: Are the relevant time, people, facilities and equipment available to deliver the desired outcome?


Time bound: Make sure there is a claim time limit on the completion of the activity.


Properly applied
, SMARRRT transforms your business.


An example:


I specialise in helping owner-managed businesses grow. One of the first questions I ask is "Just how much do you want your business to grow?" Pretty typically the answer is something like "we'd like a few more customers" or "a lot".


Even at this early stage I start to apply SMARRRT.


What does growth mean to you? More income, more profits, more customers, more staff
, bigger premises.... Usually we settle on income and profits.


OK, just how much more profit would you like? What would you be delighted with, what would just make you happy and what is OK but not very exciting? (I use stretch goals in a balanced scorecard type of approach - more on this in another article).


Now we start to get some real thought and progress.


"I'd be happy if we could get 50% more in profits each year".


So far so good. When do you want to achieve this level of increased profit by?


Usual answer is immediately - pretty unrealistic. So maybe we settle on within 12 months.


It's certainly more specific. "To increase profits by 50% within the next 12 months". And it's got a time frame.


Is it measurable? For most small companies you would certainly expect them to be able to measure an increase in profits. Tight controls on expenditure may have to be agreed though. Profit can be badly damaged by unplanned expenditure. In general it is much more positive to use precise measures. Instead of a 50% increase it would be better to say "Increase profits from $500,000 per annum to $750
,000 within 12 months.


Is it achievable. This is what I do. And I have never seen a business where it isn't possible to increase profits by at least this much. All that holds businesses back is the lack of commitment and will from the top management. So let's assume it is achievable - for now.


Realistic? Good products. Poor history of marketing and promotion. Stable market with ongoing demand for the product. Certainly ought to be realistic.


Relevant? This would be a top level goal. As l.
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