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S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Do you get lost narrowing down goals? Do you have a hard time clarifying your ideas and focusing your efforts? Submit your S.M.A.R.T. Goals and receive personalized assistance!

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What is S.M.A.R.T Goal?

S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym commonly used as a guide towards goal setting to identify clear and achievable goals.
1. Specific : Goals should be clear and specific, to focus efforts at the goal at hand.
2. Measurable : Assessing progress helps to stay focus, as you strive towards your goals.
3. Achievable : Goals should be realistic and attainable to ensure success.
4. Realistic : Retain control over your goals and ensure it truly matters to your success.
5.Timely : Every goal needs a target date, set a deadline to prioritize everyday tasks and goals.

Not sure where to start ? Check out our short 20 – minute presentation to learn more about goal setting.

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Do you want to work on your overall wellness? Using the form below, identify three goals and receive personalized feedback from a Wellness team member!

  • Assessment Questions

  • Take a look at our Windows to Wellness below. Choose three windows that you’d like to focus on. Beneath the three you choose, provide a SMART goal (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-sensitive). For example, if you choose Social Wellness, a SMART goal may look like “This year, I will schedule 30 minutes every Friday to talk to a friend I haven’t heard from in a while.”
  • Windows to Wellness

    Choose 3 from the options below and write a SMART goal for each.
  • Examples (Mindfulness, work life balance, healthy sleep schedule, mental health, happiness)
  • Examples (Creating a healthy support network, making connections)
  • Examples (Finding a meaningful purpose in life, self-reflection, meditation, or spending time in nature)
  • Examples (Understanding how your social, natural, and surrounding environment affect your health and well-being)
  • Examples (Managing your resources to live within your means, making informed financial decisions, being aware of financial values and needs)
  • Examples (Engaging in work to gain personal enrichment, creating core values and goals)
  • Examples (Maintaining an overall state of health, body screenings and weight management, eat healthy, exercise more)
  • Examples (Expanding overall knowledge and skill set, growing intellectually by broadening horizons)