It’s that time of the year where people start fresh and make new goals, many of those are financial.
But did you know that according to a 2007 survey by British psychologist Richard Wiseman, 88% of resolutions end in failure?
We tend to try to do too much with little willpower to achieve our resolutions. We need systems to help us along.
SMART Goals is one such system.
One way we can help ourselves to success in our resolutions and goals is to make them S.M.A.R.T. – Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
The following guide will walk you through SMART goals so you’re not one of those whose goals fizzle out by March (if not much earlier).