What if you had HEART goals instead of SMART goals?
From Jim Kwik’s new book, Limitless, page 116
You are likely familiar with SMART goals. Are they limited and disengaging when things get tough?
I really like Jim’s HEART goals as they speak to the “Why?” and keep us engaged:
H – Healthy – how does the goal support your well-being?
E – Enduring – will it keep you going through difficult times?
A – Alluring – rather than having to push to work on it, is it exciting to pull you in?
R – Relevant – How does the goal relate to a challenge, your purpose or your values?
T – Truth – Is it true for you? Or, for someone else?
I find this more of a draw than the SMART goals, what do you think?
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