BurnBright Basics to Achieving Your Goals
How Specific is "Specific"? The "S" in SMART
Episode 1 • 3m 42s
We all want to be better, but what does "better" mean? When we set SPECIFIC goals, we give ourselves clear, discrete things to do. Being specific is essential to a good goal.
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