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  • Writer's pictureJaclyn T. Badeau

Goal Setting – Be Timely

Here’s something to think about it… 


As we’ve learned, creating and writing down SMART goals increases the likelihood of success. So how do we make goals “SMART” – picking up from last week’s publication, let’s finish with the last letter of the acronym below: 


  • Time-bound (Timely): Goals should have a clearly defined time frame or deadline for completion. This provides a sense of urgency and helps in prioritizing efforts. 

    • Example – Not Time-bound - “Increase sales revenue.” 

    • Example – Time-bound – “Achieve a 15% increase in sales revenue compared to the previous quarter by acquiring at least three new high-value clients and implementing a targeted email marketing campaign.” 


So, my question to you:  

  • How do you plan to rewrite your goal(s) to include the time-bound component? 



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