Are your goals SMART?

If you want to get ahead and stop being stuck, you should set yourself clear goals. There is a huge difference between SMART goals and vague goals. Let’s have a look at a couple of examples and the various components of SMART goals.

Vague goal: “I to get fit”

SMART goal: “I will do 30 minutes of strength training, three times each week for the month of February because I want to get fitter and reduce my risk of cardiovascular disease. I will train before work and will mark off each day in my calendar.”