Are you ready for a change, but you feel stuck and overwhelmed. Using SMART goals can help you move forward.
Sure you have set goals before, but have you fashioned them so that you know exactly where you are headed and how you will accomplish them. Have your goals been realistic for you? Do you set yourself up for failure with your goals?
What does SMART stand for?
S – Specific
M – Measurable
A – Attainable (or agreed upon)
T – Timed
Here’s an example: I will lose 4 pounds in the next two weeks by exercising for 30 minutes 4 times each week and decreasing my portion sizes at lunch and dinner.
This goal meets the criteria of a SMART goal. So what is your SMART goal for this week?