SMART Targets

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SMART targets

Specific- Description: your goal must be clear

Explaination: a vague idea is NOT specific enough

Good example: To reduce the percentage of unforced errors in my passing from the centre third in netball

Measurable-Description: To know if your goal has been met, it must be something measurable.

Explaination: The best way to measure something is to have units of measurement, e.g. numbers,times,distances. This way you can measure if the target has been met.

Example: To run 10KM, 4 seconds faster than my previous best

Achievable- Description: an achievable target is something that is possible for you to do.

Explaination: Avoid goals which would be difficult for someone to


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