Many people set goals to get in better physical shape. They want tighter buns, six-pack abs, and arms that never jiggle. But how many people decide to work on their inner selves?
No matter what we look like on the outside, it’s who we are on the inside that genuinely dictates our lives. Self-esteem reflects the relationship we have with ourselves. The better this relationship is, the better our other relationships can be.
Most of us could use a good self-esteem boost. So what’s the best way to do that? First, consider taking action through goal setting and self-improvement training.
But these goals can’t be just any ol’ goals. To set ourselves up for success, we must set S.M.A.R.T. goals. You may already know that Smart stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound, yet how are you applying this aspect to your personal development objectives?
What does this look like in real life?