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SMART Goals: A is for Action-Based

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Sep 06
  SMART goals promote success. The criteria for a SMART goal is one that is: S Specific M Measurable A Action-Based R Realistic T Time-bound So far we looked closer at the S in SMART, Specific. Chris and Sarah are our clients. Chris wants to lose weight to improve his

SMART Goal: M is for Measurable

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Aug 30
  SMART goals promote success. The criteria for a SMART goal is one that is: S Specific M Measurable A Action-Based R Realistic T Time-bound Last time, we looked closer at the S in SMART, Specific. Chris and Sarah are our clients. Chris wants to lose weight to improve his

SMART Goal: S is for Specific

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Aug 23
  Using the SMART goal framework increases your chance of achieving your goals. The criteria for a SMART goal is one that is: S Specific M Measurable A Action-Based R Realistic T Time-bound We’re going to look at SMART goal setting using two clients. Chris wants to lose weight to

Goal Setting

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Aug 16
  What type of goals lead to success? When making lasting improvements in your well-being, having a carefully developed goal is as important as having a map on a journey. A good goal allows you to: See your exact path. Determine a reasonable change to make in a given amount

Connecting Your Values to Your Health Vision

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Aug 09
  Many times we are motivated to change by outside influences. Our doctor may recommend we change our diet to avoid future health conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure. Employers may suggest we need to improve our communication and relationship skills. Loved ones may encourage us to reduce