In this weeks episode, I outline the characteristics of SMART goals for your law practice, and share my personal and business goals for 2016.
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In this particular episode, you will learn how to set SMART goals for your law practice:
SMART goals are goals that include the following characteristics:
- Specific. You are much more likely to achieve a specific goal than a general goal. To be specific, a goal must answer the 6 “W” questions: Who, What, Where, When, Which and Why.
- Measurable. A measurable goal is one that lets you know whether you accomplished it. It’s not subjective. When you hit a measurable goal, you can confidently cross it off your list.
- Attainable. Not all goals are attainable initially. But as you start to work towards them, you gain confidence in knowing that they can be reached.
- Realistic. A realistic goal must be one that represents and objective that you are both willing and able to work towards. If you don’t want to work towards a goal, it is not a realistic goal.
- Time-Based. You must set a time limit on a goal to create a sense of urgency to complete it. By doing so, your unconscious mind will begin working towards it.
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