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Reaching Your Goals

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lisa hunter

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of Reaching Your Goals

Reaching Your Goals
Stop Making Excuses
Making a SMART Goal
Specific:

What you will accomplish?
Where you will accomplish goal?
Who will be involved?
Why your goal is important?

Example:
"I want to get at least a B in all my classes. I will be responsible for my own grades. I will ask for help from my teachers and parents when needed. This goal is important to me because it will help me get into college."


Example
Bad example
of a SMART goal: “I want to get good grades”.

Good example
of a SMART goal:

"I want to get at least a B in all my classes. I will be responsible for my own grades. I will ask for help from my teachers and parents when needed. This goal is important to me because it will help me get into college
(Specific).
I will check Familylink once a week and will not have any missing assignments. I will talk to my teacher(s) if any grade(s) fall below a B
(Measurable).
My goal is attainable as long as I am prepared for class. This means that I will turn my assignments in on time and study for all exams
(Attainable).
I will stay committed to goal and set aside time to do my homework and study each week
(Realistic).
I want to get at at least a B in all my classes by September 30, 2013 and maintain a 3.0 until the end of the semester January 17, 2014."
(Timely).

What is a Goal?
Your goal is your final destination
You need to know where you are going in order to get there
Measurable:

How will you measure your goal?
This involves a number

Example:
"I will check Familylink once a week. I will not have any missing assignments. I will talk to my teacher(s) if any grade(s) falls below a B."


Attainable:

Is your goal a challenge but still possible to achieve?

Example:
"My goal is attainable as long as I am prepared for class. This means that I will turn my assignments in on time and study for all exams."


Realistic:
Is your goal realistic and within your reach?
Are you willing to commit to your goal?

Example:
"I will stay committed to goal and set aside time to do my homework and study each week."

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Timely:
Does your goal have a deadline?
Set an end date for your goal.

Example:
"I want to get at at least a B in all my classes by September 30, 2013 and maintain a 3.0 until the end of the semester January 17, 2014.
Making a SMART Goal
Making a SMART Goal
Making a SMART Goal
Making a SMART Goal
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