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Set Your Goals And Make Them happen...

Goals big and small can be the stepping-stones to a happier life and the way we set them can make a difference to achieving them. 

Clarionttech is helping many companies including multinationals reach accepted international Standard; We provide quality structure for companies and train ambitious individuals by teaching, inspiring and supporting them towards achieving their certifications in the various areas of professionalism and career-field. Here's how.

WHY DO IT?

Having goals for things we want to do and working towards them is an important part of being human. The path towards our goals may not always run smoothly or be easy, but having goals, whether big or small, is part of what makes life good. It gives us a sense of meaning and purpose, points us in the direction we want to go and gets us interested and engaged, all of which are good for our overall happiness.

Over 2000 years ago, Aristotle said: "Well begun is half done." And with regards to goals, he's right (as he seems to have been on a lot of things). Paying attention to how we set our goals makes us more like to achieve them and achieving them makes us feel good about ourselves and our lives.

WHERE TO START?

  1. Decide. Think of something you want to do or work towards. It doesn't matter what, as long as it's something you want to do - ideally something you're interested in or feel excited by. It should be something you want to do for its own sake, not for something or someone else. It can be a big thing or a small thing - sometimes it is easier to get going with something small. And it often helps if it's something that's just a little bit beyond what you currently can do - goals that stretch us can be motivating!
  2. Write it down. Carefully. Writing down our goals increases our chances of sticking with them. Write down how you will know you have reached your goals and when you'd like to have achieved it by. Ask yourself: what it will 'look' like and how will you feel when you've done it? How does it connect to who or what you value in your life? Describe your goal in specific terms and timescales e.g. 'I want to undergo a professional training and get certified in the Human Resource Management by the end of August' rather than 'I want to do some training.'  Write your goals in terms of what you want, not what you don't want. For example: 'I want to be able to wear my favourite jeans again', rather than 'I don't want to be over-weight anymore'.
  3. Tell someone. Telling someone we know about our goals also seems to increase the likelihood that we will stick to them.
  4. Break your goal down. This is especially important for big goals. Think about the smaller goals that are steps on the way to achieving your bigger aim. Sometimes our big goals are a bit vague, like 'I want to be healthier'. Breaking these down helps us be more specific. So a smaller goal might be 'go running regularly' or even 'to be able to run around the park in 20 minutes without stopping'. Write down your smaller goals and try to set some dates to do these by too. Having several smaller goals makes each of them a bit easier and gives us a feeling of success along the way, which also makes it more likely that we'll stay on track towards our bigger goal.
  5. Plan your first step. An ancient Chinese proverb says that the journey of 1000 miles starts with one step. Even if your goal isn't to walk 1000 miles, thinking about the first step on the way will really help to get you started. Even if you don't know where to start there's no excuse - your first step could be to research 'how to…' on the internet or think of people you could ask or to get a book on the subject from the library. Then think of your next step…and the next…
  6. Keep going. Working towards our goals can sometimes be difficult and frustrating - so we need to persevere. If a step you're doing isn't working, think of something else you could try that still moves you forward, even a tiny bit. If you're struggling, ask people you know for their ideas on what you could do. They may help you see a different way. Thinking about different ways of reaching our goals makes it more likely we'll be successful. If you're really struck - take a break and then re-read the goal you wrote down when you started. If you need to adjust your goal - that's ok too. Then have another think about a small next step…
  7. Celebrate. When you reach your goal take the time to enjoy it and thank those that helped you. Think about what you enjoyed and learned along the way. Now, what is your next goal or project going to be?

Do not hesitate to let us in the know of your intending goals, and accomplishment. Also, you can add getting that professional training and certification with us at Clarionttech Services Limited. 

BREAKAWAY FOR A TAKEAWAY: Two Truths And A Lie.

READ FROM A MENTOR, JOHN MAXWELL.

PRINCIPLE

  1. I’m a nationally ranked golfer.
  2. I have five beautiful grandchildren.
  3. I play the piano.

Keep reading to find the answer…

I thought we’d play this little game so you could get to know me better. Do you have people in your life you see often, but you don’t really know well? I think there’s value in having meaningful connection with the people around you. You build trust when you know another person’s story and values.

This is exactly why I wanted to share the most important things I think you should know about me and why I do what I do. It’s why, for this Breakaway, I am going to share my passion, my purpose, and my heart behind my teaching. I trust that in sharing my heart, you and I will have deeper trust, and you’ll start to better know the leader inside of you.

There are really three crucial things you should know about me (all of these are 100% true. No lies here!): 

1. PURPOSE

My purpose, my reason for living, my biggest responsibility and the thing that makes me feel most significant is equipping others and helping them multiply true leadership. I really believe that few things will pay you bigger dividends in life than the time and trouble you take to understand people and build relationships.

That’s why I have an organization with over 12,000 certified coaches who teach my principles of leadership and personal growth. It’s why I write books and speak on stages around the world. It’s why I share my lessons in online classes and in private one-on-one mentoring sessions. People are my purpose.

2. PASSION

I define “passion” as the thing that makes you cry, dream, and sing. The things you cry about tell you what deeply affects your heart. What you dream about tells you where your hope lies. What you sing about tells you what brings you the greatest joy. For me, I can answer all three in one statement: Helping others develop themselves so they can multiply their growth for others. I love nothing more than to walk alongside people desiring growth and to help them go after it. It brings tears to my eyes to see them pass the torch to someone behind them to help others do the same. People are my passion. 

3. POTENTIAL

You should never follow a leader who doesn’t have a clear vision of where they’re headed, along with a keen awareness of what they’ve left in their wake. We all have areas in which we can grow. We all have potential to be better than we were yesterday.

In my life, my area for greatest potential growth is my reach. There’s tremendous potential for my teaching and coaching to impact people around the world who have yet to experience it. There are still millions of men and women who don’t know of their potential in this life and don’t know how to seize it. This potential is why I have a dream to impact one million people in the next year with my leadership and personal growth principles. People are my greatest potential.

THE TAKEAWAY

The truth is there is really only one thing you need to know about me as your mentor or about the leaders you trust and follow in your life: Leaders should know themselves and want to help others do the same. They are people who can set aside their agendas for the sake of the team, the family, or the community so those people can reach their greatest potential.

Entertainer Danny Thomas said it best: “All of us are born for a reason, but all of us don’t discover why. Success in life has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others.”

NOW IT'S YOUR TURN

I think it would be valuable for you to think about your own answers to these questions:

  • What’s your passion?
  • What’s your purpose?
  • Where’s your greatest potential?

And most of all, are people in your picture? If you want to see real dividends, make sure people are at the heart of what pushes you forward.

I trust you know my heart better now, and even more so, I hope you begin to develop the truths in your story that ignite your passions, purpose, and future potential.

Stay tuned, at Clarionttech Services we will help you keep close tabs on your dreams and purposeful visions with our professional trainings and certifications.  We are going to teach you the number one quality you need to lead others… and it may not be what you think.

SAP ERP Modules: List of SAP ERP Modules.

If you want to know about all SAP ERP Modules?

This will explain every single module and its function.

SAP is German Software that help to manage business Activities like Customer Relations. SAP which is (Systems, Application and Products) in data processing. For detail reading about SAP in Clarionttech, please use the link here.

There are 2 Types of SAP ERP Modules:  

1. Functional Modules

2. Technical Modules.

All SAP Modules integrated with each other with functionality and provide us best solution for Business. Most important SAP Modules that implements for businesses are:

 

Functional SAP ERP Modules

  • Human Resource Management (SAP HRM), also known as Human Resource (HR)
  • Production Planning (SAP PP)
  • Material Management (SAP MM)
  • Financial Supply Chain Management (SAP FSCM)
  • Sales and Distribution (SAP SD)
  • Project System (SAP PS)
  • Financial Accounting and Controlling (SAP FICO)
  • Plant Maintenance (SAP PM)
  • Quality Management (SAP QM)

Integration of Sap ERP Modules:

1. Sub Modules of ERP SAP FICO (FI and CO)

  1. SAP General Ledger Accounting
  2. SAP Accounts Payable
  3. SAP Accounts Receivable
  4. SAP Bank Accounting
  5. Budgeting and Monitoring
  6. Cash management
  7. SAP Asset Accounting
  8. SAP Funds management
  9. SAP Treasury Management
  10. SAP Special Purpose Ledger
  11. Withholding Tax (TDS)
  12. SAP cost element accounting
  13. Cost center Accounting
  14. SAP Product Cost Accounting
  15. SAP CO internal orders
  16. SAP Profit Center Accounting
  17. SAP Profitability Analysis

2. Sub-Modules of ERP SAP HR Module

  1. Organizational Management
  2. Personnel Administration
  3. Recruitment
  4. Payroll
  5. Travel Management
  6. Personnel Management
  7. Time Management
  8. Compensation Management
  9. Training and Event management
  10. Wages
  11. Personnel Development
  12. Workforce Administration

3. SAP ERP Modules – Sub modules of Material Management

  1. Purchasing
  2. Inventory Management
  3. Material Planning
  4. Invoice Verification
  5. Material Requirement Planning (MRP)
  6. Warehouse Management
  7. Vendor Valuation

4. Sub-modules of ERP SAP Sales and Distribution

  1. Sales
  2. Shipping and transportation
  3. Billing or Invoice generation
  4. Bills of Material (BOM)
  5. Sales Information system
  6. Credit Control
  7. EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

 

5. ERP SAP Modules:- Sub-Module of Plant Maintenance

  1. Maintenance planning
  2. Preventive Planning
  3. Service Management
  4. Predictive Maintenance
  5. Project Maintenance

6. ERP SAP modules: – Sub Modules of Project Systems

  1.  Project Planning
  2. Project Preparation
  3. Project Tracking
  4. Project Reporting
  5. Project Costs
  6. WBS Elements

7. Production Planning

  1. Sales and production Planning
  2. Demand Management
  3. Material Requirement Planning
  4. Capacity Requirement Planning
  5. Bills of material
  6. Production Orders
  7. Routing
  8. Work Center
  9. Shop floor control

8. ERP SAP module: – Quality Management

  1. Planning
  2. Process Inspections
  3. Notifications of Quality
  4. Quality Control
  5. Test Equipment
  6. Quality certifications
  7. General Functions

9. SAP ERP Module- Financial Supply Chain Management

  1. Credit Management
  2. Cash & Liquidity Management
  3. Treasure and Risk Management
  4. Collections Management
  5. Payments
  6. Dispute management

Technical SAP ERP Modules

  • SAP Basis
  • SAP Security
  • Advanced Business Application Programming (SAP ABAP)
  • High Performance Analytic Appliance (SAP HANA)
  • SAP Net Weaver
  • Information Systems Management (SAP IS)
  • Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM Technical module)
  • Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI)
  • SAP Solution Manager

SAP Business Suite Applications: –

  1. Enterprise Resource Planning SAP (ERP SAP)
  2. SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM)
  3. SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM)
  4. SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM)
  5. SAP Product Life cycle
  6. SAP HANA (High Performance Analytic Appliance)
  7. Government, Risk and Compliance (SAP GRC)
  8. SAP Strategic Enterprise Management (SAP SEM)
  9. SAP Compliance Management for SOA

SAP Components: –  SAP has developed the following additional components.

  1. SAP Business Warehouse (SAP BW)
  2. SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO)
  3. Salesforce Automation (SFA)
  4. Internet Transaction Server (ITS).

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Find certificate training by area of focus and skill level to unlock greater value from your technology solutions – whether you are an SAP user, partner, or client.

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