Goals should use the SMARRT method: specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, relevant, and timely. When creating a goal you need a strong why. Without a strong enough why you the likeliness of not achieving it increases. A strong why brings you back to the original intention if you do find yourself falling apart.
In this 2:09 video you will understand why having a strong "why" will keep you focused on your ultimate result.
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Kim Orlesky is an International Speaker, Author, and Executive Life Coach inspiring daily joy. She was named one of Success Magazine's Most Inspirational Bloggers of 2015 and is featured in their January 2016 issue, available for purchase now. She is a world traveler, one-time marathoner, adventurer, poor golfer, inconsistent yogi and puppy parent to her Weimaraner.
Her book Finding (My)Self (Love): One Girl's Journey of 17 Countries Across 4 Continents in 6 Months is available now in ebook or paperback. Her second book, How To Be A Nomad is expected to be released in March 2016.