Effective goal setting is important for everyone. If you have ADHD / ADD, it is even more critical. Being clear on where you are headed can help you focus more and improve your effectiveness. Without this focus, you may have a bigger challenge in achieving your goals.
Below, I have pulled together some of my favorite goal setting articles here at My Attention Coach to provide you a one-stop “shopping” experience. Let me know your thoughts!
Clear goals that use the SMART acronym do more to move you towards success than any number of New Years resolutions. This article shares some quick tips to ensure that your goals are SMART.
The R in SMART stands for Realistic, and it is so important to be realistic when you are setting your goals. This article will help you to be more realistic!
To achieve more with your goals, you need to make them timely or timelined. This means setting deadlines. When you have ADHD, it is important to set timely goals with deadlines to help you keep focus on the goals.
ADHD can cause trouble staying focused on your goals. Especially annual goals that are set early in the year. This article will help you review your goals to help you stay (or get!) focused.
All of your goals are important to you and prioritizing them allows you to focus your valuable time and energy. When you have ADHD, prioritizing your goals can be extremely difficult, yet it is an important skill to develop.
Let me know your thoughts and any questions below.