While lack of motivation may not be related to a specific goal, having a goal can often help you get motivated. S.M.A.R.T goal setting is one way to outline your objectives, clarify the importance of the goal, and create an action plan for achieving it. If you are able to break down long-term goals into weekly or even daily action steps, the progress you make every day can help you build momentum and get motivated to keep the process moving.
S- Specific: What will be accomplished? What actions will you take?
M- Measurable: What data will measure the goal? (How much? How well?
A- Achievable: Is the goal doable? Do you have the necessary skills and resources?
R- Relevant: How does the goal align with broader goals? Why is the result important?
T- Time-Bound: What is the time frame for accomplishing the goal?
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