Where organizations and institutions embrace the mantra of smart goals that must always be measurable, you are free as an individual to set qualitative and vague targets such as intentions.
Attend a festival or concert.
Attend a workshop or conference.
Behavioral objectives such as being nice.
Buy a house.
Buy a vacation home.
Challenge your own assumptions.
Complete a challenge such as a marathon.
Complete a diy project.
Cultivate your imagination.
Develop a side hustle.
Develop a talent.
Eat healthy home cooked meals.
Educational objectives such as getting into a college.
Establish habits such as listening with intent to understand.
Establish routines such as going to bed at a reasonable time.
Express gratitude and supportive comments more regularly.
Express yourself more clearly.
Gain public speaking experience.
Get a promotion.
Get more done in a day.
Get out more.
Home improvement projects.
Improve your performance in a sport.
Join a sports team.
Learn a language.
Learn a musical instrument.
Lifelong learning such as taking online courses.
Make a decision.
Outdoor activities such as camping and hiking.
Pack a healthy lunch for work each day.
Participate in your local community more by joining clubs, activities and events.
Pursue cultural and language immersion.
Quality time with family.
Read a book or establish a habit of reading.
Recapture your sense of freedom and playfulness.
Research topics of interest to you.
Review and reflect on your behavior and results at the end of each day.
Save more money.
Solve a problem.
Spend time in nature.
Start a family.
Study for several hours a day without distraction.
Support someone who needs help.
Take a sabbatical.
Use time well.
Volunteer your talents.