Arsalan Shahid
3 min readDec 19, 2020


“The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and down the field and never score.”

After having a goal, Next step is to make it SMART.





Time Based

I have a SMART goal, and i think its the time to Just start my goal with taking first step towards it.

I want to help my 2 Aunts in monthly grocery shoping because their husbands are not able to do this. I will save money daily and by the end of Month, i will save 9000 Rupees. Then i will be capable to buy the grocery of 4500 Rupees for each.


  • Grocery Shoping for Aunts = Specific.
  • Save 300 Rupees daily = Measureable.
  • 300 × 30 Days — 9000 = Attainable.
  • GOAL will be achieved = Relatable.
  • In 30 days = Time Bound


Intial steps might feel nothing to us, but as we take them, we come closer to our goals. To achieve anything we must need to take the first step towards it and these tinny steps makes the track clear and easy.

So i start taking my 3 initial steps for the goal mentioned above.

1- Will buy a Money Box and put money in it Daily.

2- Will Make list of items for grocery shoping, This makes me clear and well planned about saving.

3- Will ask to my friends to add or contribute in it, so i will have maximum budget.

Sometimes, we are not sure about how do we set our goals. There is a very clear way for the goal setting.
You need to think about what you want to achieve in your life, that is your goal, and follow the way to achieve that goal

This smart goal lead to one of my personal goal, That is to build a HOUSE FOR THOSE WHO DONT HAVE THEIR OWN HOUSE. With everything in it.

Thank you for reading it…!