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Setting Smart Goals

November 5, 2016


Setting Smart Goals

Smart goals are: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time Based

Solid Examples of smart goals in my project:

Share water with 4 new people each month

Contact five new people per day

Connect with 10 people per week on facebook

Identifying what you want to accomplish, and creating a plan on how to achieve it in an accountable manner, is the difference between success and failure.

• Keep the goals simple and focused, rather than wordy or vague
• Be specific with what is to be achieved-the more specific the better

• Make sure the achievement of this goal is measurable or due able, ask this question “How will you know you’ve achieved this goal? ‘What will be different once this is accomplished?’

• The goal must be appealing to you- not just short term, but long term also, the goal you a picking will make you feel good when you have reached it.

• This is where most people fail at goal setting, they set the goals to high, the goal needs to achievable.

• But a time on those goals
• Know when it will be achieved.

What does it spell Smart-Goals?

Conclusion- Be sure to put this written down goals in a place where you will see it every day, set short term goals (30 day goals) long term goals (12 months goals) you do the consistently you will be successful in your Home Base Business.

Bill & Emily Mabry 6A
Wellness Coach/CHS


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