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Title: Resolution Repair SMARTER Goals for Success Sarah Auer, NSCACPT Director of Wellness, Lockton Benefi


1
Resolution RepairSMARTER Goals for
SuccessSarah Auer, NSCA-CPTDirector of
Wellness, Lockton Benefit Company
2
New Years Resolutions
  • The New Year renews confidence and optimism.
  • Roughly half of Americans who make resolutions
    are still following them a few months later.
  • About 20 percent of Americans meet their New
    Years Resolution.

3
Why is it so Hard?
  • We set ourselves up for failure by making
    resolutions that are
  • Too vague
  • Out of reach
  • When thrown a curveball, we demonstrate
  • Low expectations
  • Lack of commitment

4
How to Succeed
  • Set SMARTER goals and resolutions
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Time-oriented
  • Enthusiastic about them
  • Rewards for success

5
Two Common Resolutions
  • Exercise more.
  • Become more organized.
  • Why is it so hard to meet these goals?

6
Specific Goals
  • What do you really want to achieve?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more jeans fit better
  • Be more organized be able to find things quicker

7
Measurable Goals
  • How will you know if you have reached your goal?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more exercise at least four days per
    week
  • Be more organized clean out and inventory three
    bedroom closets and basement storage area

8
Actionable Goals
  • What will it take to reach your goal?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more wake-up one hour earlier
  • Be more organized one weeknight devoted to each
    closet, a weekend devoted to the basement

9
Realistic Goals
  • Will striving to reach your goal be more
    stressful than helpful?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more going from nothing or sporadic to
    30 minutes at least three days per week, not a
    half-marathon
  • Be more organized the closets and basement, not
    the entire house

10
Time-oriented Goals
  • How long will it take you to meet your goal?
  • What short-term goals will help you stay the
    course?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more exercise 30 minutes per day at
    least four days per week for two months
  • Be more organized cleanout and inventory the
    bedroom closets and basement by the end of
    February

11
Enthusiastic Goals
  • Does the thought of working toward this goal and
    achieving it excite you?

12
Rewards for Goals
  • How will you congratulate yourself for meeting
    your goal, as well as the short-term goals along
    the way?
  • Examples
  • Exercise more new jeans
  • Be more organized evening or weekend doing
    something fun (that you would not normally do)

13
Improved Resolution
  • I want my jeans to fit better. To make this
    happen, I will wake up one hour earlier to
    exercise at least four days per week over the
    next two months. When I meet this goal, I will
    buy myself new jeans.

14
Improved Resolution
  • I want to be able to find things more quickly. To
    do this, I will devote one evening to each of
    three bedroom closets and one weekend to cleaning
    out the basement storage area by the end of
    February. For achieving this goal, I will treat
    myself to a weekend visiting the museums I have
    always wanted to see.

15
Be Persistent!
  • We must always change, renew, rejuvenate
    ourselves otherwise, we harden.
  • ¾Goethe
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