You can set a goal for almost anything! Whether you are training for a race, trying to eat more vegetables, or saving for a big purchase, making your goals SMART sets you up for success!
Be purposeful in your goal setting. Choose a small number of objectives that are the most important to you. A goal should include a metric that lets you know you’ve accomplished it.
- Build Healthy Habits
- Factors that Help People Stick to a New Exercise Habit
- How to Change Unhealthy Habits
- SMART Goals
- Why Behavior Change is Hard-and Why You Should Keep Trying
- "10 Ten" Mini Challenge (make 10 ten-year goals)
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