Objective: a general statement of what you are trying to accomplish (Ex. I want to lose weight)
Goal: a specific statement of what you are trying to accomplish (Ex. I want to lose 25 pounds by December). Goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound.
Metric: the measure you will use to see if you are on track to meeting your goal (ex. # of pounds lost per week)
Exercise: Objective, Goal, or Metric?
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