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The S.M.A.R.T. Pickle Jar
Transcript of The S.M.A.R.T. Pickle Jar
Proudly presented by
Angel Nevin, M. Ed
First Things First....
What will take up your time in Fall?
Goals of Session
Specific Methods for
Creating S.M.A.R.T. Goals
What are/will be...
want to do, but don't have to do'
small, everyday routine
time-wasting or leisure
Your "Jar" of Time
Must answer the six "W" questions:
Who, What, Where, When, Which, Why?
Must have a concrete criteria for measuring progress
Do you have the attitudes, abilities, skills, and financial capacity to reach your goal(s)? Have you accomplished any similar in the past?
Must have a specific deadline for completion
Does your goal relate directly to your overall objective?
Always fill your "jar" with your MUSTS first!
Start making an inventory of upcoming time takers
Categorize by MUSTS, WANTS, ROUTINE, and TIME WASTERS/NOT IMPORTANT
Create S.M.A.R.T. goals based on your activities (beginning with MUSTS)
Evaluate your method for success!
Read 20 pages for ENC 1101 from Ch. 3 @ 9pm
20 pages, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 weeks, etc.
"Professor Smith assigned Ch. 3 as homework and hinted that there may be a pop quiz on its contents."
"Complete reading by 10:00pm on 8/23/2013"
"I have the time, place, skill set, and motivation to complete this goal. In all of my High School English courses, I could reach an average of 25 pages before losing focus."
Adapted from J. Wright's "Time Management: The Pickle Jar Theory" (2002)