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Transcript of S.M.A.R.T Goals
(Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time Bound)
So, how is a smart goal different from a goal?
A smart goal is a more elaborate goal that must be planned with as much detail as possible.
It is taking a simple goal and extending it to allow for a greater need to accomplish.
A smart goal is not something that can be done right away, but require effort and time.
Step 1: Specific
A specific goal that can be described with the principle of the 4 "W's" has a much greater chance of being followed.
What are the 4 "W's"?
Who is involved?
What do I want to accomplish?
Identify a location.
Establish a time frame.
I statements and their importance?
Specific S.M.A.R.T goals usually begin with an "I will" statement.
I will finish my project by....
I will wake up by....
Why are I statements important?
Create a concrete way of measuring your progress by estimating
per day and the
of the goal.
Decrease of healthy weight loss
What ways do you measure
your progress, you stay on track and have a greater chance of reaching end date.
To determine if your goal is measurable ask yourself
How much per day pushups?
How many words?
How will I know it is accomplished?
Did you write or do as many pushups as you wanted?-THIS IS TRACKING YOUR PROGRESS :)