OK so I used numbers in the example in the last lesson, but that makes them specific AND it makes them measurable. You can get on a scale one day, and make a note of the weight, and come back a day or a week later, get on the scale again, and make a note again of the weight. If you’ve been doing a proper diet with exercise, then hopefully the second number will be lower than the first. You are able to measure the difference. One day you were 75 kilograms and a month later you were 73.5 kilograms. You reduced your weight by 1.5 kilograms. That’s great, and measurable, progress. So, when you think of your ultimate achievement, what means will you use to chart your progress to your goal?
This is my actual bluetooth scale to track my weight. Lately I’m terrified to get on it, because I’m going the wrong way with weight loss. But that’s for another day.