Depends on the type of job.<br />
I assume the manager is saying, "Aim high"?<br />
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I guess I'd write stuff like:<br />
"I will raise my productivity by 50%."<br />
"I will see my students consistently meet all of their academic goals."<br />
"I will give every student the individualized attention that he or she needs."<br />
"I will get along perfectly in cooperation with every coworker."<br />
"I will never be late."<br />
"I will always stay overtime if needed."<br />
"I will always be perky, pleasant, and leave all of my emotional baggage at home."<br />
"I will fly to work everyday using my umbrella, and I shall become Mary Poppins...practically perfect in every way!"<br />
"I will never second guess certain members of management and the asinine things that they ask me to do."

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That looks pretty good

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I quit.<br />
Lol

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An updated resume to take to other employers.

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I'd write targets I could achieve. He would be super impressed at the end of the year that I pulled of the impossible again.

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Thisis why I'm self employed

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Set the goals... but list the tools that your boss would need to provide you with in order to meet those goals.... Such as extra staff.... Travel budget.... what ever you think you need....

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I'd ask what is it exactly should be targeted and then write a presentation of what the product is what is does what's it good for etc etc

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Managerial position

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