Start the year with a personal head-to-toe assessment focused on physical, psychological, social/family, and spiritual goals for the year. SMART goals have a greater chance at success.
Specific: State exactly what you want to accomplish (Who, What, Where, Why).
Measurable: How will you demonstrate and evaluate the extent to which the goal has been met?
Achievable: Stretch and challenging goals within ability to achieve outcome. What is the action-oriented verb?
Relevant: How does the goal tie into your key responsibilities? How is it aligned to objectives?
Time-bound: Set 1 or more target dates, the "by when" to guide your goal to successful and timely completion.