Don't Make Resolutions - Get SMART
As with every New Year, family and friends have been talking about their resolutions, visions, and goals. Many of us have God-given dreams and desires that are untapped or plans that have not been executed. The pounds we vowed to shed last year still linger and books we wanted to read remain untouched on our nightstand. Resolutions are nice but rarely produce success because they are vague. This year let’s go beyond the good intentions and create a plan that will help us achieve those things that are on our heart. But where and how do you start?
A good place to start is by creating SMART goals. The acronym SMART stands for: specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely. When creating goals for the New Year here are some things to consider: Read More...
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