A guide on setting goals without the use of magic
Goal planning gets us started, beginning with the end in mind. A goal is different from a wish. If I say, “I wish I could make a million dollars this year,” I’d be fooling myself. But if I say, “I wish I could have a million dollars in ten years” this might not be altogether impossible.
Goals should be SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time bound.
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From the weekly column, “Here’s to the Good Life!” published in the Hughson Chronicle, republished online at Coachingthegoodlife.org and thegoodlife-lifecoaching.blogspot.com.