Better self-esteem: How to make goals measurable (1 minute read)
This post Better self-esteem: How to make goals measurable continues with how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your resolutions and goals.
Better self-esteem: How to make goals measurable
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 measurable:
Goals must be measurable for you to know that you are moving in the right direction and to assess when the goal is achieved. ‘
Possible dimensions are time such as how often: per day or week etc. or a scale of satisfaction.
What can be measured or quantified is easier to implement.
To the goal wake-up rested, one can add: at least 5 of the nights in a week, measured with a scale of sleep quality at 0-10 where 0 = not at all and there 10 = fully rested, i.e. here: wake-up rested, a minimum rating of 6 on average, at least 5 of the nights in a week.
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