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SMART goals

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Virginia Sadler

on 6 February 2013

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Transcript of SMART goals

What does SMART stand for? S

M

A

R

T How to set them, work towards them and accomplish them smart goals Muhummad Ali Goals Think of your goal as your final destination. If you don't know where your final destination is, there is no way you can plan to get there But what is a goal? S stands for Specific Specifics help us to focus our efforts and clearly define what we want to accomplish.

"I want to lose 2 kg is better than "I want to lose weight." M is for Measurable Your goals must be measurable. In other words there is usually a number involved - dollars, days, times per week, weight. When you create a goal that is measurable, it's easy to determine when you're getting closer or if you've reached your goal. A is for Achieveable Nothing happens without action. Your goal must promote action. You must be able to break your goals down into actionable tasks.

If you can't control the outcome of your goal (I want to win the lottery), it's not a real goal. It's a wish and a dream. Your goals must be something you can control (I want to run my first marathon by this time next year). R is for Relevant Your goals should inspire you. If they don't, set new goals. Your goals must be inline with your values. If there is a conflict between your goals, you won't achieve them. T is for Time Anybody who starts a goal with "someday I want to..." will never achieve the goal. It's too vague, and there is no time frame. The best goals have a deadline.
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