Thursday, August 06, 2015

SMART Goals


If you ask most people what is their one major objective in life, they would probably give you a vague answer, such as, TMI want to be successful, be happy, make a good living,” and that is it. They are all
wishes and none of them is clear goals.
Goals must be SMART:

1. S--specific. For example, “I want to lose weight.” This is wishful thinking. It becomes a goal when I pin myself down to “I will lose 10 pounds in 90 days.TM

2. M--must be measurable. If we cannot measure it, we cannot accomplish it. Measurement is a way of monitoring our progress.

3. A--must be achievable. Achievable means that it should be out of > reach enough to be challenging and it should not be out of sight, otherwise it becomes disheartening.

4. R--realistic. A person who wants to lose 50 pounds in-30 days is being unrealistic.

5. T--time-bound. There should be a starting date and a finishing date.

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