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#2 Measurable

The "Measurable" component of SMART goals refers to the need for a goal to be quantifiable and have objective metrics for tracking progress. When a goal is measurable, it is easier to track progress, determine when you have achieved it, and stay motivated. Measuring progress helps you to see that you are making progress toward your goal, which can increase motivation and help you stay on track.

Setting measurable goals requires clarity and well-defined objectives and metrics for tracking progress. Regular tracking helps stay motivated and make necessary adjustments for goal achievement.

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The SMART framework helps individuals set clear, achievable, and relevant goals, with a sense of urgency, increasing motivation, focus, and chances of success. It clarifies goals, tracks progress, stays motivated, sets achievable goals, makes goals relevant and important, and sets a deadline for urgency.

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