Goal Setting Step #2
Why are you setting your goals?
Being clear on your outcome-based goal may lead to adjusting or fine-tuning your goal a bit more.
That process itself can help you make sure your goal is truly aligns with what you want to achieve, then you're more likely to achieve it.
So with your outcome-based goal in mind, think about and then answer the following questions to clarify that your goal can be achieved.
How will achieving your outcome-based goal improve your health and fitness?
What are you willing to do to achieve this goal?
What are you not willing to do to achieve this goal?
How do you want to feel after achieving your outcome-based goal?
Taking time to write things down can often provide a different perspective or prompt you to consider important things that you haven’t thought of in the past, which can be really helpful.