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Monday Motivation 12/12/11

Posted by Craig Summers on January 1, 1970
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“By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.”
~ Christopher Columbus

S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting

Unlike dreams, goals must adhere to strict rules. In order
to be smart goals, they must be…


Trackable Using The S.M.A.R.T. Goals System – Goals must be Specific in order to be of any use — you can’t just say you want things to be better. “Better” is not specific!
Goals must be Motivational. They must have the emotional power to excite you enough to expend the time and effort necessary to achieve them.

Goals can be ambitious, but they must be grounded in reality.

They must be Attainable. Setting a goal like, “Some day, somehow, I want to be president of a major corporation and very, very rich,” does not meet the requirements. A goal that says, “I want to make $100,000 this year by selling one million dollars worth of widgets,” is Specific, Motivational, and Attainable.

Intermediate goals must be Relevant to your ultimate goal. For example, “I want to sell a million widgets this year, be the top salesman in the company next year, and be Vice President of Sales two years from today.”

Your goals must be Trackable. You must be able to measure progress as you go along. If your goals are not trackable, you don’t know where you stand on the road to your goal.

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