Better self-esteem: How to create achievable goals (1 minute goals)
This post “Better self-esteem: How to create achievable goals” continues with how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your resolutions and goals. This will kick-start you towards your desired direction.
Better self-esteem: How to create achievable goals
Last post introduced the SMART model to get in a desired direction.
The model stands for 5 important characteristics that can help you detail and hence make it easier to identify and achieve motivating goals:
This post is about how important it is to make you goals achievable:
Among other things, this means that the goal should be realistic in the sense possible to achieve as well as plausible.
When it comes to the better sleep example, to make the goal achievable excludes goals such as “sleep like I did when I was younger”-
This is because, in addition to being non-specific, then you likely had a different daily rhythm and sleep needs, i.e. that goal would be both unrealistic and not plausible.
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