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Activate Your Vision Board

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Your vision board is complete. Now is the time to activate your vision board.

My vision board has several sections, so that I will create a plan for each section.

My project will include S.M.A.R.T. Goals which we wrote about last month.

Here is a recap of what S.M.A.R.T. Goals are:

Introduction to SMART Goals

I am going to start with health board. 

My goal is to feel more energized, so I want to make healthy changes.

First, I break the goal into smaller goals, like drinking more water, exercising more, and reestablishing my meditation practice.

These goals are broad, so I will turn them into S.M.A.R.T. Goals and list the resources and strategies I will use to help me.

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Drink More Water — Original vs. S.M.A.R.T. Goals

By the end of January, I will drink 64 oz of water daily.

SPECIFIC

By stating how much water I want to drink daily, the goal is specific.

MEASURABLE

I will measure the goal by keeping track in a fitness app on my phone.

ACHIEVABLE

This goal is achievable over time. My vision board will keep me motivated.

REALISTIC

I expect to build up to this goal over the month.

TIME-BOUND

By stating the end of January, the goal is bound by time. 

REVIEW

Reflect on what goals you set and analyze SMART goals.

Strategies and Resources

  • I measured my water bottle I take with me outside the house and the cup I drink with around the house.
  • I discovered that my coffee could be considered part of my water intake.
  • Use my Fitbit app to measure daily water intake.
  • Found flavor packets to add to water that increases electrolytes and has o calories.

Notes

I will also use my Bullet Journal to log, stay on track and tweak along the way.


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Exercise More  —  Original vs. S.M.A.R.T. Goals

By February 15th, I will exercise for at least 90 minutes weekly.

SPECIFIC

The goal is specific since I will exercise for 90 minutes weekly.

MEASURABLE

I can measure the 90 minutes on my Fitbit.

ACHIEVABLE

Yes, since I am not locked into a specific time or exercise.

REALISTIC

I can fit the time and type of exercise into my calendar.

TIME-BOUND

Yes, February 15th.

REVIEW

Reflect on what goals you set and analyze SMART goals.

Strategies and Resources

  • Use my Fitbit to measure weekly performance.
  • Look at the calendar every week and schedule times to exercise.   

Notes

I will also use my Bullet Journal to log, stay on track and tweak along the way.


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Restart Meditation Practice  —  Original vs. S.M.A.R.T. Goals

By February 15th, I will meditate twice a week for 20 minutes.

SPECIFIC

Yes

MEASURABLE

I will use the Fitbit and Chopra apps.

ACHIEVABLE

Yes

REALISTIC

Yes

TIME-BOUND

Yes, February 15th.

REVIEW

Reflect on what goals you set and analyze SMART goals.

Notes

I will also use my Bullet Journal to log, stay on track and tweak along the way.

Strategies and Resources

  • Use meditation programs like Chopra and Calm and others on my phone.
Activate your vision board SMART Goals Chart

As you can see, I have given each goal a window of more than 28 days because the research suggests that is the time it takes for something to become a habit.

I will keep you abreast of how I am doing with these goals.  If you have questions about S.M.A.R.T. GOALS, please get in touch with me. 

Mrs. Michele Hewitt-Webster, January 2023


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