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Copy of SMART Goals
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Look over your goal and consider if you have the proper amount of time to complete it. Creating a goal that is unattainable if a poor life choice. You should think over and review:
Do you have the time?
How much do you have currently on your plate?
Have you have gained the appropriate skills and intelligence to complete your goal?
Is the goal relevant to your situation? The more relevant the task the more likely others around you will be willing to help. Ask yourself:
Is the timing right?
Are you the right person for the goal?
Is the task useful to you at the moment?
Set a realistic time frame for completing a task because:
It is likely you will fail to complete the task and lose motivation if you set too short of a window
Setting too long a window makes it hard to gain momentum.
Setting a due-date for your team can focus the team efforts and solidify a commitment to a certain time
Can you set a timely date for completion?
Is the goal relevant to your current work?
Is the goal realistic?
How will you measure your progress?
What are you doing, how will you accomplish it, and why is it important?
The Six W's
"Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible."
“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” -Pablo Picasso
Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn this vision of the future into reality.
“Obtain 2 new billion dollar corporate clients in the Boston property insurance market by the end of this fiscal year through networking and marketing activities.”
"Join a health club and workout 3 days a week. Maintain an intake of 2,000 calories per day in an effort to lose 15 pounds in six months.
“Get in shape.”
agreed upon, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented
realistic, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented
time-based, tangible, trackable
"Obtain new clients"
Stating that "I want to improve my grades."
Setting a goal to study two hours everyday
-When has the goal been reached?
-How many or how much until the end result?
Criteria for measuring progress
I want to improve my GPA
My GPA is at a 2.9
"I want to improve my GPA up to a 3.5"
"How many A's until a grade boost?"
Goals must have a concrete way to measure progress
Set goals that are realistic.
Set the goal within a TIME FRAME
What are your goals?
with Kaycee Flora, Marissa Langlois, Brendan White, Cameron Bates