Sometimes, the best blog post is a recommendation for another blog post.
Such is the case today.
Rory Vaden’s blog doesn’t post every day, but when he does post, his posts are worth reading.
On the morning of December 30, I found a link to Why S.M.A.R.T. Goals Aren’t as Smart as You Might Think in my inbox. It aroused my curiosity immediately.
I started developing 2015 goals way back in late October. I’ve been reviewing, revising, amending, and updating ever since. More so as the end of the year approached. It’s now 2015 and I’m still tweaking.
So, of course, I had to read this post.
I expected to read about the latest and greatest method for goal setting. A method that would make S.M.A.R.T. goal setting obsolete.
Instead, I read about the one thing that makes goals attainable.
What is it?
That would be telling! Suffice it to say that it was something I’ve never connected to goal setting before but that I have been wrestling with for a long time.
The post seemed Providential with a capital “P”.
Take a look at Rory’s post for the full story.
Then zip back here and let’s talk about it.