You are more likely to achieve your goals if they are SMART. This is because you will be clear on what you need to do, you will be able to check your progress throughout your journey towards your goal, and you will have increased motivation. For a goal to be SMART it needs to be Specific, (the goal is clearly defined) Measurable (you can measure the progress of your goal accurately and check if you have achieved it), Agreed-upon (the goal is accepted by yourself and is beneficial), Realistic (the goal is not too difficult or too easy), and Time-based (a timeframe the goal needs to be completed within). To complete this workout, identify up to three goals you are currently working towards in your life. If they fit the SMART criteria then continue working towards your goals as normal. However if not then modify the goals today so they do fit. For instance if you wanted to lose weight, an example of a non SMART goal would be; I want to lose a lot of weight as soon as possible. This is a non SMART goal because it is not very specific and has no defined time frame. An example of a SMART goal would be; I want to lose 6 pounds in 8 weeks from today through having a healthy diet and regular exercise. This goal is specific, progress can be measured, it is beneficial and the method to success is agreed upon, it’s realistic, and is set within a time frame.

How often you can do this workout: Once Per Year

You are more likely to achieve your goals if they are SMART. This is because you will be clear on what you need to do, you will be able to check your progress throughout your journey towards your goal, and you will have increased motivation. For a goal to be SMART it needs to be Specific, (the goal is clearly defined) Measurable (you can measure the progress of your goal accurately and check if you have achieved it), Agreed-upon (the goal is accepted by yourself and is beneficial), Realistic (the goal is not too difficult or too easy), and Time-based (a timeframe the goal needs to be completed within). To complete this workout, identify up to three goals you are currently working towards in your life. If they fit the SMART criteria then continue working towards your goals as normal. However if not then modify the goals today so they do fit. For instance if you wanted to lose weight, an example of a non SMART goal would be; I want to lose a lot of weight as soon as possible. This is a non SMART goal because it is not very specific and has no defined time frame. An example of a SMART goal would be; I want to lose 6 pounds in 8 weeks from today through having a healthy diet and regular exercise. This goal is specific, progress can be measured, it is beneficial and the method to success is agreed upon, it’s realistic, and is set within a time frame.

How often you can do this workout: Once Per Year

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