Studies have proven that people who set goals and have a plan to achieve them out perform those who don’t set goals. The problem is people either don’t know how to set goals or have had a bad experience in setting goals previously. Knowing how to set goals will help you improve your results and increase your confidence.

Set Smart Goals

A smart goal is:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Attainable
  • Relevant
  • Time bound

How To Set Goals

  • Besides your “smart goal” you also need to identify:
  • Why you want to achieve this goal
  • Your action plan to achieve that goal
  • ONE action to begin with
  • A reward for achieving not only your goal but the steps and actions you take toward achieving it.

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