Setting SMART goals can be an effective strategy for achieving one’s health goals. Specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals are tailored to an individual’s needs and abilities and are more likely to be achieved than vague or unrealistic goals. Tracking progress toward these goals can help individuals stay motivated and on track, and small, incremental changes can lead to sustainable long-term results. Read more to learn about how you can achieve your desired health outcomes.
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