Smart Goals Setting
What Are SMART Goals?
SMART goals are goals which are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. This specific criteria is easily remembered by using the acronym S-M-A-R-T.
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The idea for SMART goals is believed to have got its start from Peter Drucker’s Management by Objectives concept. SMART goals also received a big boost in popularity when Professor Robert S. Rubin wrote about them in an article for The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Now that we’ve clearly defined SMART goals, it’s time to dive into a little more of the theory and meaning behind the acronym. We’ll also look at how SMART goals can be used to improve both your personal and professional life.
But before we get to that, enjoy this quick video to learn how to apply the Pareto Principle to your SMART goals so you can stay focused on tasks with the greatest impact.
Set you SMART Goals today, whatever it is, as the only reason some of us are high achievers and others are non achievers is in due to two factors.
Ths first is absense of the awareness of the resources you possess.
The second is knowing you own and hold the resources but not knowing how to use these resources, or not having the confidence to unleach these resources and let them work for you.
Feeling Healing Therapy Master NLP Practitioner specializing in sitting SMART Goals and achieving them will be with you along the way to the finishing line and beyond.