Smart Goals: How to Get Unstuck and Achieve the Goals We Desire in Life: 1


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SMART Goals: How to Achieve the Goals We Desire in LifeGet this new release on Amazon for just $0.99. The special price is for a limited timeRead on your PC, Mac, smartphone, tablet or Kindle device.You’re about to discover how to experience more success in achieving goals by using a method that has received multidisciplinary support for effectiveness in achieving goals. The SMART methodology provides the necessary structure to make goal achievement success a more frequent experience. Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • The benefits of SMART goals
  • How to write specific, clear, and meaningful goals
  • The important role of ability in goal-setting
  • Why effective goals must be measurable
  • The necessity of relevance in creating goals
  • The role of timeliness in goal-setting
  • Download your copy today!Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $0.99!We all set goals at times. How often do we fail to achieve the goals that we seek? Sometimes the failure may be due to lacking the resilience to see the goal-achievement process through to the end. Probably more often the reason for the failure is the goals are vague, impossible to measure, beyond our ability to achieve, or we make them open-ended. In other words, something is wrong with our methodology. Researcher Edwin Locke identified five principles in effective goal setting. These principles include Clarity, Challenge, Commitment, Feedback, and Task complexity. The SMART goal methodology addresses all five of these principles. The SMART acronym stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. The SMART methodology has enjoyed multidisciplinary support over the years. The methodology can be used with any type of goal. This resource explores the SMART goals methodology and offers practical steps for making goal achievement possible. Making changes in life and achieving meaningful goals is difficult enough without complicating the process by relying on an ineffective way to make changes and achieve goals. The SMART goals methodology is simple to follow and effective. Tags: SMART goals, positive psychology, self-help, psychology, counseling, decision-making

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