Better self-esteem: How to create time limited subgoals (1 minute read)
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Better self-esteem: How to create time limited subgoals
The SMART model stands for 5 important characteristics that can help you identify and achieve motivating goals:
This post continues with the importance of making your goals time limited.
Self-help goals can be either short term, medium term or long term. Long term goals may take years to achieve.
Short term goals may be achievable in a matter of weeks.
When planning self-help goals, it may be a good idea to start with breaking the goal down in steps in order to create some short or medium term goals.
Often it is optimal to have daily behaviour changes, together with weekly and monthly subgoals that indicate a sensible but not life-changing difference.
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