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Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Make sure the goal or task fits the S.M.A.R.T. criteria.

  • Specific (what exactly are you going to do?)
  • Measureable (how will you measure and determine success?)
  • Achievable (is it possible?)
  • Relevant (why are you doing it and how will it affect you?)
  • Time-Bound (when should it be done?)


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Hey there! I’m twenty years old and like to make summaries of self-improvement topics I find interesting. Best of luck leveling up your life, hopefully my efforts will help you out.

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