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Goal Setting

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Daisy Abarca

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Transcript of Goal Setting

Goal Setting
Short term and long term goals
S
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W
.
B
.
A
.
T

Understand
how to set
S.M.A.R.T
,
long
, and
short term goals
by filling out a goal setting
worksheet
and
watching
a short video .

EQ: Why is
goal setting
beneficial?
By:
Daisy Abarca
,
Brandon Montoya
,
Mayra Alvarado
,
Melissa Renteria
,Brian Ruiz
S.M.A.R.T goals
video
Short term goals
long term
A short-term goal is...
something you want to do in the future it can mean today, this week, this month, or even this year.
is something you want to accomplish soon.

a goal you can achieve in 12 months or less. Examples include:

Take a class that is harder
Buy a new television
Write an resume


A long-term goal is something you want to do further in the future. Long-term goals require time and planning.
They are not something you can do this week or even this year. Long-term goals usually take 12 months or more to achieve.

Here are examples of goals that can take several years to achieve:

Graduate from college
Save for retirement
Have your business
history of
goal setting

1960s :John Locke develops goal setting from Aristotle's
form of final causality (purpose can cause action
goal setting has been used world wide dating back to the ancient greek era

created to motivate and guide someone towards something specific they want to achie
ve
in the early years, mentors have split goal setting into 3 parts - S.M.A.R.T, long, and short term goals
how to


Set
and

achieve

Goals:

WHY ARE SETTING GOALS IMPORTANT?
Steps:
1.

Set Goal:

Set short term and long term goals
2. Make Plan:
Plan out how you will achieve this goal (What actions will you take to achieve this goal?)
3.

Get to Work:
Begin working on assignments, homework, projects, or anything needed to be completed to achieve the short term goals
4. Stick To It:
Stay focused on achieving all short term goals, but mainly on the Long Term Goal & DON'T PROCRASTINATE!!
5. Reach Goal:
After following all these steps, and staying focused, watch as you have achieved your goal and become successful.
RESOURCES
:
fundamental component to long - term success
motivation
self-regulation
high efficacy
develops life skills
develops responsibility
Succeed in life
Directions in filing out the S.M.A.R.T Worksheet
Name, date.
Discover/Think about your long/short term goals.
Write them down .
How do you plan to achieve these goals?
Discover what are some obstacles that might get in the way from meeting your goals.
How will you overcome it ?

After a couple of days,weeks, or months figure out if you plan worked. If not, think of another plan and do it all over again.
http://www.mindtools.com/page6.html
http://www.goodcharacter.com/BCBC/Goals.html

Why is setting goals beneficial?
Interview with Jenny Mota
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