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Time-bound goals

The final criteria for a SMART goal is to make your goals time-bound. It does no good to make a goal that you can easily procrastinate on. With an open-ended goal you can always tell yourself, “I just haven’t accomplished that goal... yet...” and ‘yet’ can stretch on forever.
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Not only should you set a time limit to accomplish your goal, but it may help to periodize your goal. That is, divide it into shorter-term goals. So, if your goal is to improve your diet and increase your fitness in order to drop 30 pounds in a year, then you might set a short-term goal of specific dietary changes to make during the first three months, followed by specific workout changes to make in the second three months, and so on…
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So, remember, when setting goals, try to make them Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-bound. That’s the SMART thing to do

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