SMART goals handout

SMART goals handout - a few years in your past. You will...

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SMART Goals A goal is a desired outcome an individual sets out to accomplish, whereas accountability describes the normal expected responsibilities associated with a person’s job or position. The acronym S.M.A.R.T. outlines the key aspects to setting a goal, including specificity, measurability, achievability, relevancy, and time management. These keys points are essential to creating a reasonable, logical, attainable goal for one’s future. Conan O’Brien Commencement Address Do not fear failure, because it is inevitable in some aspect of life for all people. Even though you may think you know exactly what you will do with your life after college, life takes you in many different directions and it is okay to end up somewhere you never thought you would end up just
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Unformatted text preview: a few years in your past. You will experience failure and obstacles along the way, and it is this series of failures that ultimately leads to finding clarity in life. Onion article on Dell When you finally accomplish a goal that you have worked for a long time to achieve, you should not use this as an excuse to become lazy or stop working towards new goals. Accomplishing one goal is an achievement in itself, but it should also be used as a stepping stone towards setting new goals in order to continue working towards something and striving to succeed. Its important to always have goals that you are working towards, otherwise there is little motivation to succeed and progress....
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course FREN 303 taught by Professor Gregoire during the Spring '12 term at Georgia Perimeter.

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