Tuesday, December 27, 2011
As we approach year's end, people are making resolutions. Resolutions are usually an invitation to failure. They are not specific, they are not measurable, they are not attainable, they are not reasonable and they are not trackable. In other words they are not SMART. I probably got part of the acronym wrong but you get the idea.
Rather than making resolutions on New Year's Eve, use this week to set goals, SMART goals and to decide how you are going to attack each goal. Then, as the new year dawns, work on these goals each day.