Setting SMART Goals Our strength lies in the fact that we help our clients articulate, plan for, and pursue goals specific to them. Our strategies are always catered to you and your family and we use the SMART method to bring structure and monitoring to your objectives. SMART stands for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely.Specific - Together, we will ask questions such as what exactly you are hoping to achieve, when, and what path you will take to get there. Rather than plan to "save for retirement," for example, we will define exactly how much you will need and what we can do to save for that goal.Measurable - Studies show that measurable, trackable goals are more likely to be accomplished and our professionals can help you establish measurable milestones on the journey to your objectives.Attainable - There's little good in setting goals if they aren't attainable. If a client has $50,000 of investable assets, chances are that they won't be a multi-millionaire in retirement. Our objective is to help you set attainable goals that are appropriate for you.Relevant - We all have the same amount of hours in the day, so it's important to set goals that are relevant to you. While some might want to travel the world or send their grandchildren to college, others may want to give back to charity or grow their net worth. Your goals should matter to you and your friend or neighbor's goal will look different than yours.Timely - It's never too late or too early to start planning for your goals and keeping a realistic timeline in mind is crucial to pursue independence. Together, we will draft up plans for the next five, ten, or twenty years and make adjustments as your goals change.By setting SMART goals and objectives, we will develop a plan and keep you accountable on your progress. Contact us today to get started. Have a Question Name Email Phone Question Thank you! Oops!