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Strong Habits instead of Strong Vicies

Strong Habits instead of Strong Vicies

SMART goals are clear and well-defined, making it evident if one has achieved a particular goal or not.

Utilizing SMART goals is a helpful technique that commits individuals to achieving their desired objectives.

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Spirituality Goals

Spirituality Goals

  1. Meditate regularly by meditating for ten minutes each morning by setting an alert for 07:20 A.M. using the alarm app on a mobile phone.
  2. Being thankful by taking five minutes each day to give thanks for everything that's good in life by setting aside time before lunch to remember what...

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Health Goals

Health Goals

Eating more vegetables and fruits by eating a minimum of five servings of fruits and vegetables daily by March 31, mapping out meals each week, going shopping twice a week, and eating one to two servings per meal.

Getting regular exercise by working out a minimum of 30 minutes per day, thre...

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Personal Growth Goals

Personal Growth Goals

  1. Self-education by reading one book every two weeks for the entire calendar year, accomplished during a morning routine.
  2. Getting up early for the next three months by waking up 30 minutes early to build a morning routine.
  3. Building a morning routine for the next three months by...

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What SMART stands for?

What SMART stands for?

S - Specific goals answer who, what, where, when, which, and why. Identifying each element will help determine the necessary actions and tools

M - Measurable goals are defined with precise times, amounts, or other u...

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Where it can be applied?

Where it can be applied?

Examples of SMART goals can be applied to different areas of life, such as:

  • Career
  • Finance
  • Health
  • Relationships
  • Leisure
  • Personal Growth
  • Spirituality

Below are 21 examples

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Career Goals

Career Goals

  1. Acquiring new clients by acquiring five new projects for a web design consultancy through referrals, networking, and social media marketing campaigns within two months.
  2. Improving job performance by redoing the company's website design by May 1, finding the right graphic designer and ...

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Finance Goals

Finance Goals

  1. Regular savings for the next year by saving 20% of every paycheck and investing it in index funds through a 401K.
  2. Living within a budget by creating a budget of $4,000 every month, tracking every expense, and spending less than this amount.
  3. Eliminating credit card debt by pay...

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Relationship Goals

Relationship Goals

  1. Express love to a spouse by identifying three things you really love about your partner, telling her about them on Friday night, scheduling a 30-minute block on Tuesday, and reminiscing about all the good times shared together.
  2. Spending quality time with family by strengthening bonds...

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Leisure Goals

Leisure Goals

  1. Family fun by enjoying the Maid of the Mist boat ride in Niagara Falls with the family on August 31, spending two hours planning this trip, and making all necessary reservations on Saturday, March 1.
  2. Learning new skills by learning rock climbing this summer and climbing a simple clas...

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Public Speaking, Coaching, Counseling, Mindfulness & Autogenic Training, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Computer Engineering, Osteopathy, Traditional Chinese & Ayurvedic Medicine, Asian Languages and culture, Music & Art Therapy, Nada Yoga, Spiritualism

What are SMART goals? SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Creating the right kind of goal is crucial in achieving success, and this is where SMART goals come in.

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