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Being Inspired & Setting Goals
Jennifer Deveron 12 March 2015
Transcript of Being Inspired & Setting Goals
Why Set Goals for Yourself?
Self Efficacy: why believing matters.
more likely to challenge yourself and stay intrinsically motivated
will put in a greater effort
are more likely to achieve your goals
positive attitude can boost one's belief in oneself
Doing what you want to do, and feeling good about it!
Seeing yourself as a person making a difference in the world.
Inspiration, Motivation & Persistence
What are the pitfalls of goal setting?
Too far in the future
Don't know why you want to reach the goals
No action plan
Keys to reaching goals:
set clear, proximal goals with intrinsic interests
put them in writing
have an action plan
"Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible" - Tony Robbins
"All successful people have a goal. No one can get anywhere unless he/she knows where he/she wants to go and what he/she wants to do." -Norman Vincent Peale
How do you set effective goals?
Where do I want to be?
success happens when opportunity meets preparation!
brainstorm all tasks that must be completed to accomplish goal
make a list of tasks & prioritize
analyze tasks & identify obstacles
determine what you will need
help, equipment, materials, expertise
Stick with it!!!
self efficacy is comprised of:
performance attainment (accomplishments)
vicarious experience (modeling)
-from Day & Allen, 2004 (J. of Vocational Behavior)
What are my DREAMS?