Setting SMART Goals – by Marissa Halstead

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Something needs to change!” But then, time goes on and you look back and realize that not much has changed.  Change is hard – we often fear the unknown of what change will bring even when we know we need to change. This can be incredibly frustrating, but thankfully setting SMART goals can help you hone in, focus, and improve your chances of executing what you’ve wanted to do.

What are SMART Goals? 

If you are wanting to set a goal for yourself, SMART is a helpful acronym to remember. Each letter is a reminder for something important that will help making your goals more attainable. SMART stands for: