S – Specific
M – Measurable
A – Attainable
R – Relevant
T – Time-Bound
Whether it is with myself, my kids or my clients, we are always talking about goals. Everyone seems to have a good idea of what they want, but not sure how exactly to get there. If you start using the SMART principle it will make goal setting more successful.
For example, if you tell me your goal is to be healthy. I’ll tell you that’s great, but how are you going to measure that? What do you consider healthy? When do you want to be healthy by? And most importantly why do you want to be healthy? It is easy to say you want to…
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