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All right, so, let's go over the time, management and goal setting.

So we're going to be going over quite a few things and in the next lesson we are going to get a little bit further into the time, management and goal setting for, but as of right.
Now i want to go over what it is that you need to know and be prepared for the next lesson.
So we're going to be talking about your smart goals, we're going to be clearly identifying achievable goals and then we're going to learn how to manage your time after you have created and set your goals.

So what exactly is smart goal? Smart goal has um acnoms the letters in smart, each mean something, so the s is specific m is measurable, a is achievable, r is relevant and t is time bound.
So let's jump a little bit deeper into each of these letters.
So s is specific.

So when you're setting a goal, i want you to really be specific about what you want to accomplish, and in order to do that, you have to answer some of these questions and i want you to really think about how specific you want to be.
So that way, it'll be easier for you to get to your goals a little bit easier.

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So what is it that you're trying to accomplish exactly? Who needs to be there to help you achieve the goal that you're trying to get to and who is responsible for what? So, if you have a team, you need to clearly identify who's going to be responsible for what to help you get to your goal.

When do you want the goal to be done and we're going to be talking about this a little bit more in that and the t of the smart goal and then, of course, last but not least, why completing this goal is important to you.
So, what's the reason for this goal so m is all about measurable.
How are you going to determine if you have successfully completed the goal? How are you going to measure the progress so how you? How do you know that you headed in the right direction, so are you going to have more mini tasks which we're going to be talking about a little bit later? Are you going to have someone in charge of making sure things are getting done? So how are you going to measure the progress getting to your goal? A is achievable, so do you need so, do you need to add change, develop or learn anything to be able to make it achievable r is for relevant.

So is your goal in alignment with your overall goal? Is your goal headed in the way that you want it to go, or if you complete this goal, is it going to lead you down a completely different path and t is time bound? So we talked a little bit about this earlier, it's a target date and time for what needs to be done.
So what can be done? I mean what can be accomplished within that time period so, like i said when you set your goals, you want to give yourself a target date, a deadline and then how long you think it's going to take you or you want it to take you to be Able to get it done to get to your your timeline or your deadline, so the importance of creating and setting your smart goals.
So we know the acronym s-m-a-r-t that each of these letters means some things so creating and setting your smart goals is going to help.

Clearly identify realistic goals that is important.
It's going to help you spend less time but be more productive, because that's what you want you want to be more.
You want to get more things done in less time and having smart goals is going to help you with that, managing your time after setting your goals.

In order to manage your time wisely, you have to, of course, write down all your goals, and then you want to organize your goals.

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What i mean by this is prioritizing your goals in order of importance from least important to the most important.
That needs to be done right now in order for you to move forward.

If it doesn't get done, it's going to going to hurt you in the long run so creating tasks that would lead you up to completing your goals or that particular goal that you're you're going for.
Like i said before, you have to create many tasks.
You have your big goal and then you create many tasks to help.

You break down easy to do steps to get to that bigger goal.
So it is a detailed list of how you're going to meet a goal or your goal or the goal, and then what steps will you have to take to achieve it? It's going to be a lot easier for you when you're working your way to your to your music career and then, of course, after you have created your task after you have your ultimate goals, then you want to create a time and deadline for your task and Your goal, so what i mean by that is each of those tasks you want to sit down and ask yourself: how long is it going to take me to do it like three hours, two hours and what? What is the deadline that you want it done and when you have your little mini task all set up with the time and then and the day deadlines you want, then you want to add up the time and then that's when your bigger goal should be done.
That's your ultimate deadline right there for that big goal and we're going to be talking about this later in the launch.

Planner and calendar setup we're going to be actually going in and creating the times and creating deadlines and adding more personable goals to your launch.
Planner and that's completely fine, but it's going to help you really figure out what it is that you need to do.

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Set you on a a good road map on track, and then we are going to go from there.


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