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S - Specific What exactly needs to be accomplished? Who else will be involved? Where will this take place? Why do I want to accomplish the goal? Make your goal focused and well-defined. A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomlished than a general goal
S - Specific (continued) When setting your goal, make sure you can answer the 6 "W" questions: Who, What, Where, When, Which, and Why. Know the difference between a specific goal and an average goal.
M - Measurable How will I know I've succeeded? How much change needs to occur? How many accomlishments or actions will it take? Have a yard stick for measuring outcomes. Ask questions as how much, how many, how will I know when it's done.
M - Measurable (continued) What is at the finish line? Set a daily reminder to track and measure your progress.
A - Attainable Do I have, or can I get, the resources needed to achieve this goal? Draft realistic goals. Are you prepared to make the commitment to reach your target? Are you willing to dramatically altar or at least tweak aspects of your life?
A - Attainable (continued) Is there a more achievable target you are willing to work with?
R - Relevant Make the goal relevant to your life's reality. Set goals that are realistic.
T - Time-Bound SMART goals should be time-bound, meaning they should have a deadline or there should be a date for completion. Have a sense of urgency. What can I do TODAY to reach my goal? What can I do 3 weeks from now to reach my goal? What can I do 3 months from now
Short-Term Goal Up to 3 months
Medium-Term Goal 3 months to a year
Long-Term Goal More than a year
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