That is a picture of a vision board. What does your future look like? We recently heard depression defined as a lack of ability to imagine the future. If you are not actively participating in building your future then it is easy to become depressed. Goal setting is a great way to build you future and help motivate you to accomplish things. Rewarding yourself for reaching goals is fun too. Today, we wanted to share some tips for setting goals. A goal is simply a dream with a deadline!
We suggest making a "bucket list" of at least 100 goals; in the Time Managed planner there is lines for 101. Don't be afraid to dream big or write down the smallest task as a goal. For example, one of your goals could be to own a Tablet computer and another could be to own a Villa in Italy. Big or little setting the goal is what matters. Make your big list and then make sure your goals meet the SMART criteria.
T= Time Sensitive
What the SMART acronym basically implies is that your goals should be realistic, have a date set to achieve them by, and be fairly detailed. For example, owning a tablet becomes own a Samsung Galaxy TAB 3, 7" display, by October 28th, 2014. Or owning a Villa in Italy becomes owning a 3 bedroom house in Tuscany by summer of 2016.
Please share your examples of SMART goals in the comments section below.
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