Every time you create a goal, this goal needs to be SMART, that means it should meet certain criteria in order to be an effective goal.
Specific. You can describe the details.
Measurable. You can measure the goal using either quantitative or qualitative assessments.
Achievable. You can achieve the goal.
Realistic. The goal is realistic given existing constraints, such as time and resources. Timebound. You must achieve the goal within a specified time frame.