Knowing What is Achievable Before You Try: The "A" in SMART
SMART Goals for Leaders • 4m 34s
One of the hardest things about setting a great goal is setting the right level of difficulty. You want to push yourself and your teams, but not too hard; you want to stretch yourselves, but not to the breaking point. So you want your goal to be challenging, but ACHIEVABLE--the "A" in SMART.
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