S.M.A.R.T Goals Worksheet

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For a real-live example of this topic, please listen to Tools to Turn Bad Habits into Healthy Habits II podcast .

Specific/Spiritual (so you know exactly what you are trying to achieve and include spiritual items)

Measurable (so you know when you have achieved it!)

Action-oriented (so you can DO something about it!)

Realistic (so it IS achievable) and

Time-Bound (has a deadline)

  1. Brainstorm what you would like to achieve with certain areas of your life in the next 6 months – 1 year?
  2. Make goals based on performance and not outcome.
TOP 3 AREAS Example:WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO ACHIEVEGOALS TO ACHIEVE SMART OBJECTIVES
Forgive a Friend 1. Forgive in my heart what this friend did to me.
2. Let go of pain, hate, records of wrong, negative feelings, so I can be free and refreshed emotionally, spiritually, physically, and mentally.
3. I want to achieve these goals, even if my friend does not reciprocate.
1. Pray for my heart and read scriptures on forgiveness for a week (10/11/19 to 10/18/19).
2. Fast for my heart to forgive (10/19/19).
3. Seek out my friend for a talk, or write a letter to my friend, etc. by 10/20/19.
4. Reflect on the outcomes. Do I need to seek additional help? 10/27/19 or as soon as possible.

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