S - Specific
WHO is involved
WHAT do you want to accomplish
WHEN do you want to do it
WHY are you doing it
M - Measurable
Goals are defined by precise times, amounts, units, etc.
A - Attainable
Stretch the limits of what you think is possible, but make sure you have at least a 70% chance of success.
R - Relevant
These goals must be tied to your overall vision, mission, or high level goals
You must like this work if you are going o be successful
T - Time-bound
Goals must have specific deadlines
Here is an example of a smart goals template based on 7 smart goal categories. You can create a similar template at The SWOT Analysis using the OKRs template.
Example SMART Goals to a Balanced Life
Also consider using the Eisenhower Matrix to prioritize your goals