Don’t set your 2023 goals by yourself

Have you ever been asked what goals you want to set and handed a blank piece of paper? 

For the most of us it leaves us drawing a blank. 

So what’s the good news. You don’t have to set your goals by yourself. 

As part of the way we do things at RoboFit your physiotherapist or exercise physiologist will work collaboratively with you to help you identify and set goals.

The challenge is when you come in each day for your session and they hold you to your goals. The secret for people to who go on to achieve their goals? They have someone to keep them accountable. People in their corner who help to cheer them on when it is challenging. 

What are we here for. The breakthroughs, our team is here to be by your side to help you to not only achieve your goals but to exceed them. 

All you need to do is reach out to our team below with ‘Get Started’ and they will help you with the rest. 

Our top tip: get creative and have fun

Still want the goal setting 101?

If you are wanting to set goals this five minute guide will help you put down SMART goals.

When setting new goals it’s important to consider how we set goals and what we want to achieve. 

What things are most important to you? 

What would you like to do with the help from others? 

What are new things you would like to try or skills you want to develop? 

Where do you need or want to make changes?


Setting health and wellbeing goals can be a helpful way to improve your overall health and quality of life. Here are some steps you can follow to set health and wellbeing goals: 

  1. Consider your current health and wellbeing: Take some time to reflect on your current health and wellbeing. What areas do you feel good about, and what areas do you want to improve?
  2. Identify your goals: Once you have a sense of your current health  and wellbeing, think about what you want to achieve. Your goals could be related to physical health, mental health, or both. Make sure you goals are SMART (see below).
  3. Create a plan: Once you have identified your goals, create  a plan to help you achieve them. Your plan should include specific actions you will take, as well as a timeline for completing those actions.
  4. Seek Support: it can be helpful to enlist the support of friends, family, or healthcare professional to help you achieve your goals. They can provide encouragement, accountability and guidance as you work towards your goals.
  5. Track your progress: Keep track of your progress towards your goals. This can help you stay motivated and see how far you have come. 


Remember, it’s important to be kind to yourself and not get discouraged if you don’t meet your goals right away. it can take time to make lasting changes to your health and wellbeing, so be patient and keep working towards your goals. 

To take it that step further for relevance to yourself, consider different areas in your life including


Work and Education

Your health and wellbeing

Your daily life and routine

Social and community activities events and participation

We’ve taken an example of health and wellbeing to turn it into a smart goal. 

I want to be able to do a two minute wall sit by March 30th, this will help me with my strength in my sit to stands. 


SMART Goals are fundamental to the art of goal setting
S – Specific (or Significant)
M – Measurable (or Meaningful)
A – Attainable (or Action-Orientated)
R – Relevant (or Rewarding)
T – Time Bound (or Trackable)

To learn more about SMART goals for success visit


If you want help setting your goals or a template contact our team today.


Want to get started in working towards your goals

Accountability is the key to setting goals. 

It’s the willingness to be seen as you set a goal and work steadily towards it. If you want help to never say never reach out to our team today

Newsletter signup

Join our exciting journey in discovering the future of rehabilitation by subscribing below.