Men perform better when goals are set: Study

If you set goals for men, they put more efforts to achieve the targets even in the absence of extra monetary incentives. But in case of women, it is found that they perform better than men when there is no goal set, says a study.

EPL's Gameweek 31 highlighted by series of astonishing goals

Not many times has the English Premier League witnessed a flurry of extraordinary goals in one Gameweek.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: How to manage your time effectively?

Dr. Subhash Chandra, Chairman, Essel Group and ZEE addressed Management students at IMT Ghaziabad and discussed how time management helps one to achieve goals effectively.

BBV: Modi-Obama two different personalities with same goals

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama are people with humble backgrounds but powerful present. Watch what similarities do they share.

Watch Dr Subhash Chandra Show this Saturday @10pm

Watch Dr Subash Chandra Show this Saturday @10pm and the repeat telecast on Sunday @11am only on Zee News.

Kids participating in less structured activities reach goals quicker

Researchers have claimed that kids who spend more time in less structured activities - from playing outside to reading books to visiting the zoo - are better able to set their own goals and take actions to meet those goals without prodding from adults.

Fergie sure Van Persie’s ‘goal drought’ will end soon

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he believes that the dry spell of striker Robin Van Persie will end soon, after claiming recently that Van Persie may be feeling the strain of his excellent first season at Old Trafford.

Scientists decode how brain updates goals based on new info

Scientists have identified mechanisms that govern how the brain incorporates information about new situations into our existing goals.

NAM must have common direction, goals: Egypt

The meeting in Bali is a momentum to project NAM to become more relevant.

Afghanistan to be given timetable for progress: Gordon Brown

Countries backing Afghanistan`s government are going to demand that it meet specific security benchmarks, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Saturday, outlining a plan to let foreign troops gradually hand control to local forces.