SMART goals are easy to achieve because they're so clear.
They are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely -- in a word, SMART!
Each week we set two or more goals, that we like to consider "experiments" that you will see if you want to continue. (Nothing is set in stone!) The SMART qualities make them very concrete.
Big changes can start small.
So many of us think if we don't go all in, full bore, at the start it's not good enough. For instance, newcomers to exercise don't necessarily need to start sweating through a workout five days a week for an hour.
You pick a pace you can feel good about. It may look like walking around the block once after lunch this Tuesday and Friday. Experience the satisfaction of that, and then do it again or pick a new goal next week.
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