Setting SMART Goals

Lesson 4

Determine what it’s going to take to get to where you want to be at the end of next year, then develop some goals accordingly. Creating SMART goals (as defined below) can help you make the most of this exercise.



In this lesson, you’ll learn:


SMART goals are:


  • Specific: Clearly communicate exactly what you expect to achieve.
  • Measurable: Make the goal something you can count.
  • Assignable: Give one person the responsibility to complete the goal.
  • Relevant: Confirm that the goal moves your church toward its stated vision.
  • Time-related: Specify when you expect the goal to be completed.



Resources

Start Strong: Why The First 100 Days of the Year Matter Most

There’s nothing particularly spiritual about 100 days. This workbook could’ve focused on your first 99 days or your first 101 days. So, what do you do in the first 100 days that’ll transform your year?

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