○ The person must believe it is possible to achieve.
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While a goal may be easily written because we usually have an idea what we want to accomplish, objectives are sometimes a little harder to identify.
Keep in mind the definition of objectives you just wrote down in your Outline. Keep in mind four parameters when writing objectives: Specific, Realistic, Time-specific, and Measurable.
Specific: details of what the recruiter will do (i.e., setting the number of monthly visits to farms or fisheries where migratory workers may be employed, conducting a certain number of employer surveys within the next year, setting a number of days to recruit at a processing plant during the beginning of seasonal employment).
Realistic: make sure the objective is something that is possible given available resources and time. Listing resources available for each objective, including informational resources, and collaborators may help you think about the time required.