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  • Sam DiFranco

GOALS

STEPS: 1. DECIDE 2. WRITE IT 3. BREAK DOWN THE GOAL 4. PLAN THE FIRST STEP 5.APPLY/ TAKE ACTION 6. MAINTAIN GOAL 7. TERMINATE THE BAD HABITS

Goals can be used for short term use and long term use. There is no specific limit to them, however, they should be SMART:

SPECIFIC

MEASURABLE

ATTAINABLE

RELEVANT

TIMELY

AN EXAMPLE OF A SHORT TERM GOAL THAT IS SMART IS:

AFTER 2 WEEKS OF STARTING MY GOAL, I WILL SAVE $300 FOR MY CAR INSURANCE THAT IS DUE THE FIRST OF THE MONTH.

AN EXAMPLE OF A LONG TERM GOAL THAT IS SMART IS:

AFTER SAVING $1000 EVERY 3 MONTHS, I WILL HAVE AT LEAST $4000 IN THE BANK FOR A RAINY DAY.

SETTING GOALS ISN’T IMPOSSIBLE, BUT APPLYING THE COMMITMENT CAN BE. DON’T GIVE UP, FINISH THE GOAL AND CREATE NEW ONES.

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