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Developing SMART GOALS

Juan Campos

on 2 February 2011

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Transcript of SMART GOALS

S. M. A. R. T Goals
What is a goal? A goal is a specific accomplishment you seek. A goal statement can be something general that you desire to achieve.
What is an objective? Objectives are a series of specific steps, strategies, or tasks that help achieve the stated goal.
Think of Goals like New Year's resolutions:
Spend more time with family and friends
Get fit
Organize finances
Quit smoking/drinking
Enjoy life more
Just a few popular examples (you get the point)
Write down a quick personal or professional goal.
Don't overthink it!
Use the Miss America Test
If it is something Miss America would say in her speech, then you are thinking too hard!
Ending world hunger

Solving the energy crisis

World Peace
Got your goal down?
Set it off to the side for now
What is S.M.A.R.T ?
SMART is an acronym system used to organize a goal.
S is...
M is...
A is...
R is...
T is...
Guiding questions for each letter of the acronym help you develop that specific element
Look at S again......
All of these questions help make your goal SPECIFIC
Look at this goal.....

“By May 16, 2011, I will lose 15 pounds through healthy diet and exercise.

Objective 1: Cardio training for at least 30 minutes, 4 times per week.

Objective 2: Strength training for at least 20 minutes, 3 times per week.

Objective 3: Monitor calorie intake, to not exceed 2,000 calories, using healthy eating plan, daily .

I will evaluate my progress with weekly weigh-ins and by comparing against my original weight (Jan. 17th, 2011)
Good goal right?
It's my personal goal, it should be.
Look again
How is this goal...
Get it?
Got it?
Do you remember your personal goal?
Now it is time to make your goal SMART
Spoiler ALERT!
This next section is AWESOME!
Goal: What specific accomplishment do you desire to achieve?
Hint: What will be done? Who is doing it? Did you include a date that the goal will be achieved?
Objective(s): What are the specific steps that you need to take to complete the goal?
Hint: What activities or tasks are needed to accomplish the goal? Who will do it and how will it be done? How often or how many times will it have to be done? When will the task be completed? How will you know that the task has been successfully completed?
Now you know SMART GOALS!
By Juan Campos
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