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  • Writer's pictureDarren Timms

Time to get smart!

Setting and achieving goals is critical to

success in our personal and professional lives.

However, not all goals are created equal. To maximize our success chances, we must set smart goals.

What are SMART goals?

SMART is an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.

Specific: A goal should be well-defined and clear so you know exactly what you are working towards.

Measurable: Make sure your goal can be quantified so you can track your progress.

Achievable: Set realistic goals that are within your reach.

Relevant: Ensure your goals align with your values, priorities, and overall purpose in life.

Time-Bound: Set a deadline for when you want to achieve your goal so you have a sense of urgency and accountability.

How to achieve SMART goals:

Write them down: Writing your goals down makes them tangible and helps keep you focused.

Break them down: Break large goals into smaller, more manageable steps.

Prioritize: Identify which goals are most important to you and focus on them first.

Stay motivated by regularly reviewing your progress and celebrating your accomplishments.

Stay accountable: Share your goals with someone you trust and hold yourself accountable to them.

In conclusion, setting smart goals is a critical step towards success. By making our goals specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound, we increase our chances of success and ensure that we make the most of our time and resources.

Remember, goal-setting is a lifelong journey, and it's never too late to start.

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