Better self-esteem: How to make your goals measurable (1 minute read)
This post “Better self-esteem: How to make your goals measurable” continues with how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your goals and kick-start you towards your desired direction.
Better self-esteem: How to make your goals measurable
The 5 important characteristics of the SMART model help you identify and achieve motivating goals:
Last post was about identifying what you want to change to feel better and to live the life you want. It was about using the SMART-model by specifying your problems, 2-3 specific problem situations as well as the related symptoms and consequences in your life today.
Then, identify how you will:
3 MEASURE the goal – what will the change look like in detail, as well as 2-3 related sub-goals
4 MEASURE goal accomplishment – how will you measure the goal and the sub-goals: time, frequency etc.
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