Setting goals you can reach

“I want to lose 10 pounds,” or “I want to lose 8 to 10 pounds.” Is there a difference? According to research from Olin’s Steve Nowlis and a colleague at Florida State the way you frame a goal does influence how you approach the challenge and the outcome.

olin in the mediaLance Bettencourt who writes the Fit by Choice blog has a goal to run 1000 miles this year and discusses the research in relation to his goals and how everyone can learn from taking “A Healthy Look at the Highs and Lows of Healthy Goal Setting.”

Related post on Olin Blog.

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