Your “S.M.A.R.T. Goals” are wonderful references more so than set in stone. When you come to a part that seems overwhelming, or you know you will be a ways down the road from accomplishing said goal, you need only rearrange your S.M.A.R.T. Goals a little. One thing is certain, your goals are meant to be accomplished. Work through your list and make things happen by making things happen. Another thing that is certain, is your list needs to work with you, not so much against you. So allow some wiggle room when writing them out.
You may even come to a crossroad of change. This is absolutely okay. Add and subtract as needed. What may have seemed like a needed S.M.A.R.T. Goal may indeed turnout to be an overkill of action. This comes down to adding things that are needed to accomplish said goals. If you are notching out your wall with attempts you will surely come into new information. While learning to make things happen by making things happen let your mind accept these changes. Acceptance is a great tool in finding success.
A great exercise to practice is taking your S.M.A.R.T. Goal list and rearranging it every 3 to 6 months anyways. This practice allows your mind to continue “brainstorming” while becoming intimate with your list’s goals. What better way to get your feet moving in the direction of getting things done than thinking about it. Setting your best course of action. “Doing is the hardest part” so when you are constantly rearranging, brainstorming, and handling your list closely you’ll find motivation inside your constant energy growth. Getting your mind working creates enthusiasm to do!
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