1. Come up
with a few process goals that you actually know how to achieve.
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A process goal is something that’s going to help you achieve
that overall goal. These goals should be specific, measurable,
achievable, realistic, and tied to a specific time frame (i.e.
“I’ll do this for one month, two weeks, for the month of
January, etc.). The thing that makes sustainable process goals
so successful is that they help you break things all the way
down, and focus on one achievable thing at a time.
Here are examples of two different kinds of goals:
Goal A: “I wanna start kickboxing this year and burn a
load of calories while kicking arse. Yasss!”
Goal B: I will go to the 7 a.m. kickboxing class at
[insert kickboxing studio] on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for
two weeks, starting Monday, January 2nd.
See the difference? Goal B is specific, measurable, and
achievable; while Goal A is vague, nonspecific, and probably
(The technical term for goal B, btw, is a S.M.A.R.T. goal,
which stands for specific, measurable, attainable, realistic,