If I complete half my goals in any given week, it’s a win. I tend to give myself more goals than I can possibly complete in a day, week or month. Which may be why I only ever get to half. Today one of my goals was to write a blog – and here it is!
I wonder sometimes if there is something wrong with my approach. I can be plagued with the underlying feeling of being an ‘underachiever’. I turned to the world wide web and found that goals, when done properly should be SMART!
Specific Goals must be clear and unambiguous
Measurable Results must be able to be measured in some way, for example, the number of products sold each week, or the percent completion
Attainable Goals must be realistic and attainable by the average employee
Relevant Goals must relate to your organization’s vision and mission
Time-bound Goals must have definite starting and ending points, and a fixed duration
Health Goals are no different, you need to follow the same parameters as setting career goals or family goals. What are your health goals? It starts with being specific. Need help starting?
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Author: John Fenech RMT, SMT(cc), PN