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Transcript of S.M.A.R.T GOALS
T is for time-table - today, next month, next year...not just when you're able A is for attainable - The ultimate in "how" A s.m.a.r.t. goal quick glance
Specific - So you need to answer questions such as:
- What do I want to do?
- Who is involved in this process?
- Where does this take place?
- What are the risks, the obstacles, the rewards?
most importantly - Why do I want to accomplish this?
Measurable - How will I know for sure that when I have accomplished my goal?
This means that the goal is difficult but not unreasonable . Ex: A goal that you will graduate high school is not hard enough. However, a goal that you will graduate valedictorian when you failed 9th grade is unrealistic. ATTAINABLE RELEVANT - Is it worth the work? Is this the right time in my life for this goal? Am I the right person for this? Time Table -
1. What should I do today? 3. What should I have done by next year? 2. What should I have done by 6 months from now? Normal Goal:
I want to get in shape Example 1 S.M.A.R.T. Goal - I want to run a 5k in under 35 minutes by December. Normal Goal: I want a car Example 2 S.M.A.R.T. goal - I will have $2000 saved for a down payment on my car by June. Let the "Here to There" project begin!