Setting goals around tasks, not outcomes, is the best way to improve performance, a study shows

A new study of US undergraduates suggests students who set task-based goals—such as taking a certain number of practice tests—will outperform students who set performance-based goals, such as a letter grade for the course.

I’ve been struggling with setting goals and accomplishing tasks for awhile now and this might offer an explanation.

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