ACT - Co-creation Toolkit - SMART Criteria / Goals
If one is always working hard to achieve a goal but not making progress then SMART goals can help to clarify ideas, focus efforts, use time and resources productively, and increase the chances of achieving an objective. Studies have shown that people who have ambitious and tangible goals perform better than people who have imprecise and unambitious goals. The letters stand for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Terminable. It helps to determine the objectives of actions.