By Theodore L, Jules, & Paige S.
At the beginning of the year, many people set out to make goals for themselves. Some popular goals include to read more, to improve at something, or to sleep more. Many people have trouble reaching their goals. Why? Because they aren’t SMART.
Read below to see how you can make your goals SMART.
Think about the word SMART.
Specific: You want to make your goals specific so you can fully understand your goals.
Measurable: You need to make your goals clear, so you can see when you’ve reached them.
Attainable: Make sure your goals are achievable.
Realistic/Relevant: It has to be able to do, it can’t be crazy.
Time-bound: Make sure you have time to do it.
If you want to learn more go into Schoology and click any course then click Brainpop and type in setting goals.