Getting Specific with SMART Goals
If you clicked this link, odds are you’ve heard a thing or two about SMART goals. When using this world-renowned methodology your goals should be: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relative, and Time-bound.
They’re not incredibly difficult to do, but if they aren’t structured properly, you can set yourself up for stress, extreme discomfort and ultimate failure.
In this article I’m going to break down the keys to specificity for making sure your SMART goals actually become part of your reality.
Let’s get started.
“In life, there are very few elevators. The only way to the top, is climbing upwards – one step at time.”