Setting SMART Goals

In sport psychology, we talk about making goals SMART.  The acronym SMART helps you define your goal more clearly.

A SMART goal is:

S – Specific

  • Your goal clearly tells what action you will take.

M – Measurable

  • You will will be able to track your progress and measure your success.

A – Attainable

  • This is an achievable goal.

R – Realistic

  • You are capable of taking the steps necessary to meet this goal.

T – Time-based

  • You are able to track your progress on this goal.

When you make a goal, take the time to make sure that it is SMART.  Re-evaluate your goal every week or two weeks and amend it as necessary using the SMART framework.

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