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Iím sure you will have come across SMART analogy, with regards to goal setting. It contains most important concepts to consider and adhere to when setting your goals.
Goals should be; Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time related.
For example it would be unwise to set a goal of scoring one hundred runs every week, itís just not a realistic goal for average person, unless you are Michael Vaughn or Ricky Ponting that is! As you would probably fail to reach this goal, your motivation would suffer and you might start doubting your cricketing ability.
Before you start setting your goals write a list of all things you want to achieve; whether it would be your first one hundred runs, fifty wickets in season or first catch. By doing this it will help focus your mind and motivate yourself to succeed.
Now set your goals, they need to be SMART and you need to set both short term and long term goals, and also daily goals, for specific match days. All successful cricketers set goals and prioritise them in order of importance.
By making goal setting a habit there is no reason why you cannot achieve your cricketing goals.
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