What We Get Wrong About SMART Goals | #7


We think setting goals is easy: they should be SMART! Specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound. But we tend to just focus on time bound and think we’re total failures if we don’t achieve the goal in the allotted time. Goals are made up! You can adjust them as you go and get data about what you need to achieve them, including more time or changing the measure of your success. In this episode we talk about how to adjust your approach to goal setting so you can avoid negative beliefs about yourself when you miss the mark. 

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Music by Leave Nelson B.

Photography by Jen Hearn.

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Published by Caitlin

Caitlin writes and coaches about trauma recovery, relationships, motivation and confidence, self-love, queer identity, and social justice. They are the author of The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation. Find their work at caitlinlizfisher.com

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