Transcript: the goal must be measurable owning the goal long term and short term goals Your goals have to be CHALLENGING but ATTAINABLE! make a list of all you want to accomplish in any aspect of your life GOAL SETTING AND LIFE MANAGEMENT SHORT TERM GOALS: shold be reachable within a year. They are set to help you reach long-term goals. go through the list and choose the most important ones a GOAL is a long-term target, the reward at the top of a ladder Make sure your goal doesn't depend on things out of your control - you have to be in control of your goal. In what areas should you set goals? make sure the goal is YOURS, not your friend's goal or your family's goal finally divide the list into long-term and short-term goals a goal will keep you focused and motivated What is a goal? control of the goal set a time frame for reaching the goal REACH YOUR FULL POTENTIAL! list the most realistic goals first In all aspects of your life: personal, career, financial, educational, physical, social
Transcript: The Road Ahead SPECIFIC Goals Topic 1 Short Term: Medium Term: Long Term Goals: Reflection Subtopic 1 How to Achieve Specific Goals: Tracking Subtopic 2 Method used to Track Progress Measuring Goals How Will You Measure Your Progress Topic 2 Reflection Text What Metrics Will You Use Key Updates Pictures Please List Any New Outcomes Relevance of Goals Topic 3 How Will Your Measured Goals Help You Timeline Topic 4 Provide Dates For Achieving Each of your Goals Resiliency List the Strategies You Have Used to Stay on Track Topic 5
Transcript: To be physically for two weeks everyday for one hour a day. -Run everyday -Listen to music to keep me pumped up -Keep a routine OCT 25TH- Walked down town. (No willpower needed.) OCT 26TH- Walked to the Cafe and back. (No willpower needed.) OCT 27TH-Run with Tanner. (Had to push my self to go for a run. OCT 28TH-Run (Willpower need because I was tired and didn't feel like running.) (Hurt ankle) OCT 29TH- Took the day off to relax my ankle. OCT 30TH- Dance (No willpower needed) OCT 31ST-Just dance (Tired and sore but knew i need to do it.) NOV 1ST-Yoga (No willpower felt good and it was needed.) NOV 2ND-Yoga (Willpower needed didn't feel like doing anything at all.) NOV 3RD-Just dance (No willpower needed.) NOV 4TH- Run (A lot of willpower needed. Didn't want to move.) NOV 5TH- Yoga (No willpower.) NOV 6TH- Just dance (No willpower.) Nov 7TH- Yoga (Willpower needed was to tired to think.) I achieved my goal. I am proud to say I achieved it and hope I keep it going but just not everyday of the week. Maybe 3-5 times a week. GOAL By- Vanessa Hutchinson PHYSICALLY ACTIVE END OF GOAL If I do all of those things it will lead me to a more physical living style. How to Get to my Goal? Goal Setting
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Transcript: Building the Team! Vision What we Believe Biblical Truth Goals What will we accomplish ACHIEVABLE CHALLENGING Team Where do I fit! No one is more important than another ! TEAM MEMBER CHALLENGES TEAM MEMBER TEAM lEADER Values PASTORAL LEADERSHIP Building the Missions Awareness TEAM! Committed to Pastoral Leadership Committed to World Missions Time Commitment Variety TEAM MEMBER
Transcript: By Corinne Weeks My Personal Mission Statement I want to always have faith in myself and my abilities. That I am destined to do great things. And that I can become whoever I want to be in life, that I control who I am. My SMART Goal I want to turn all of my work in on time for the rest of the quarter, Action Steps I will make sure I write down my homework in my agenda. I will make a habit of checking my agenda every day and not going off my memory. I will do my homework once I get home every day. I will stay organized and make sure I put my homework back into my binder where I can find it. My Reflection Even though it is not the end of the quarter yet I did make a lot of progress towards my goal. I have started working on my homework earlier and not saving it until the last minute. I have created habits for myself and I think I will reach my goal. Some things that helped me reach my goal were my parents, They helped remind me to do my homework and not delay it. Some obstaces I had to overcome were the temptation to procrastinate and activities I had during the day. I can continue my improvement by setting longer periods of time and setting higher expectations for myself. By reaching my goal I will have better grades and less to worry about. This was a realistic goal, I just had to work hard to reach it. By working on my goal I have leaarned that I work hard to reach my goals and that I don't give up. By reaching this goal I will now always try to turn in all my work in on time. By acomplishing this goal I feel good about myself and that i worked really hard so I am proud of my hard work. By acomplishing this goal I have learned that goal setting is nessesary to be successful. In the future I will set goals for myself and raise the expectations each time. My Wish List 1. Go skydiving 2. Become a certfied scuba diver 3. Vist the wave 4. Go on a mission trip to another country 5. Go on another cruise 6. Write a book 7. Be involved with wildlife 8. Travel all over the world 9. Learn a language 10. Go to a good college Goal Setting The End
Transcript: BRAINSTORM what you want to accomplish Select & prioritize Think LONG-TERM Think short-term NOW - it's your turn! Why set goals? Measureable? How will I know if I have completed the goal? Can I track my progress over time? Try again: Run the San Antonio Half Marathon in December 2015 by training with the Dean's Marathon group twice/week in the fall semester. Share with members Post on your website, Facebook group, etc. Discuss at meetings - or add them to agendas Is it S.M.A.R.T. enough? Is there a deadline? Doran, George T. "There's a S.M.A.R.T. way to write management goals and objectives." and Miller, Arthur F. & Cunningham, James A "How to avoid costly job mismatches" Management Review, Nov 1981, Volume 70 Issue 11. Do I have the resources to run a half marathon (shoes, clothes, a place to run)? Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely Goal Setting 101 Specific? Tell us where we are going Motivate members Measure success Save time Why set goals? How will it help my organization? How can we effectively pull together our ideas? Goal: Run a half marathon Let's try it out S.M.A.R.T. GOALS Share & Critique You're not done yet... Steps for Setting Goals
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