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SMART Goals

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Kristine Miska

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of SMART Goals

S.M.A.R.T. Goals
S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Setting a SMART goal is a certain way to structure any life goals that you may set. This structure ensures that your goals is set to be successful for you to reach. Remember not all goals are reached, but with hard work and persistance; striving towards a goal is always fulfilling.
What does the "S" stand for in S.M.A.R.T. goals
S = Specific
Your goal should have it's expected outcome stated as simply, concisely and explicitly as possible. The answers such as, how much, for whom, for what?
What does the "M" stand for in S.M.A.R.T. goals?
M = Measurable
A measurable goal has an outcome that can be assessed as a hit or miss, successful or failure.
What does the "A" stand for in S.M.A.R.T. goals?
A= Achievable
An achievable goal has an outcome that is realistic given your current situation, resources, and time available.
What does the "R" stand for in S.M.A.R.T. goals?
R= Relevant
A relevant goal should help you and matter in your life currently or in the near future.
What does the "T" stand for in S.M.A.R.T goals?
T= Time-bound
A time-bound goal includes realistic timeframes for the goal to be met or reevaluated.
Example for Achievable
Example: "I will start on the second week of December with 20 push-ups, every other night, and increase by 1 push-up every week. My plan includes......"
Example for Measureable
"I will monitor/measure my progress once a week by testing myself at home. I will meet my goal if my score improves by PE spring testing."
Example for Specific
" My goal for my fitness scores will be to improve my push-up total by 12 repetitions from 20 to 32."
Example for Relevant
"This goal is relevant because I want to be healthy in my life and it will help me in any other physial activities I may be participating in."
Example for Time-bound
Example: " This goal is timely because I should increase my push-ups by 12 repetitions by Spring fitness testing."
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