Specific: Is your objective specific and clear?
Measurable - Are you able to track your progress? And can you tell what the goal was attained?
Reachable. Are you able to achieve this target?
Relevant: Does your objective aligned with your vision and art business?
Timely: Could this objective be accomplished within the specified time frame?
A SMART goal will help you stay on target more effectively than a general aim. If you're looking to improve your personal portfolio and inventory and portfolio, you'll find SMART goals more effective than generalized goals.
to make your work more consistent with to make your artwork more consistent with the current artwork to make it more consistent with current. The SMART version is "I will upload 10 artworks each week to my Artwork Archive account."
To better catalogue my work and showcase my art to clients.
You'll be able to stick to your goals more easily and will know when you've succeeded.
It is crucial to understand the reason behind setting a goal. Understanding the many components of a goal are crucial in knowing its "why" is crucial.
Improve your workflow
You are ambitious and have ambitious expectations.
It doesn't follow that your life should be completely devoted to your art all the time. We all have the same experiences.
To reach our objectives, we often have to work 12 hours a day. This isn't viable over the long term. You are able to turn down the invitation to a dinner party or coffee
from friends and family in favor of work for so long before it takes an effect on relationships as well as wellbeing.