Everyone has goals but do we pick goals and forget of choose goals so far away from the realistic nature and they become unattainable or overwhelming that we give up and continue as usual.
I have so many goals in my head that I constantly wish and hope will come true but in reality I don't put measures or actions into play to make my goal a reality
When I found out Kikki K were doing a goals workshop I knew I had to be there and work out how to document my goals and not become overwhelmed.
Our Workshop leader was Tammi who is just gorgeous and such an inspirsteing lady who I would lob to hear more about her adventures. She discussed the importance of setting goals and using the SMART goals acronym to make our goals reachable
SMART goals are used in a lot of learning so it does make sense to apply this to your goals
Specific - be specific with your goal and timeframe
Measurable - ensure your goal can be measured whether in time frame or activity
Attainable - be realistic, don't set goals that you won't be able to attain
Relevant - make sure your goal is relevant to you and what you believe
Time - set a timeframe but also be realistic in your timing
During the session we wrote down where we want to be in 3 years time - I have one goal I would like to definitely be doing in 3 years time but I will keep that for another post with how to write a letter to your future self
Keypoints I learnt during the Goals Workshop
- Keep your goals present tense
- Set yourself mini goals in a life changing goal
- There are no right or wrong goals
I believe regardless of success you can fail a few times for each goal, just try a different way to obtain your goal
Can not wait to share some progress with my goals I have set for myself?
Do you have a hint to keep your goals on track?