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Copy of DAPPS Goal Setting

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DAPPS
Develop a goal that follows the DAPPS Format.
Example: Because I know that this commitment will keep me on the course to success, I promise that every day for the next 32 days I will take the following two actions:
Your 32 Day Commitment
Who am I? What do I value? How can I feel even more confident? What reputation do I have with myself?
Self Esteem
How do I experience life fully yet manage my emotions so that I stay on course to my goals and dreams?
Emotional Intelligence
What are my habit patterns? Which habits support my success? Which habit sabotage success? How can I change the habits that sabotage me?
Self Awareness
Who do I associate with? Will I help others? Will I ask for and accept help? How?
Interdependence
What are your goals and dreams? What outcomes and experiences do I want to create? What’s my educational goal? What job/career do I want? What legacy do I want to leave?
Self Motivation
Who is in charge of your life?
Responsibility
Responsibility
Motivation
Self-Management
Interdependence
Self Awareness
Life Long Learning
Emotional Intelligence
Self-esteem
Some Ideas to Consider
Because I know that this commitment will keep me on the course to success, I promise that every day for the next 32 days I will take the following actions:
Your Academic Goal
Be detailed, exact and thorough.

Example: I will complete my math homework on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-8 pm, versus a vague goal to study more.
Specific
Focus your energy on what you do want to do rather than on what you don’t want. Change negatively-worded goals into positively-worded ones.

Example: I will complete my homework on the day that it is assigned, versus I will stop procrastinating.
Positive
Make your goals yours, contributing to your personal dreams, needs and wants. Trust that you know what is best for you.

Example: I am working toward my high school degree because I want to be a successful teacher someday.
Personal
A goal needs to be realistic and stretch you enough so you feel you will accomplish it but only with a strong commitment from you.

Example: For a typical “B” student, “I will get a B+ average GPA this semester.”
Achievable
Put a specific deadline on when you will accomplish your goal. You can always revise your deadlines but without a specific date to complete your goal you could pursue your goal without ever completing it.

Example: For the next 32 days, I will do the following actions to meet my goal of ___________.
Dated
Dated: Effective Goals Have Specific Deadlines

Achievable: Effective goals are realistic.

Personal: Effective goals are your goals, not someone else’s.

Positive: Effective goals focus your energy on what you do want rather than what you don’t want.

Specific: Effective goals state outcomes in specific, measureable terms.
DAPPS Goal Setting
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3JPa2mvSQ4
Babysteps
GOAL Setting
http://www.finishstrongmovie.com/
Finish Strong
What do I need to learn to achieve my goals? How can I use what I am learning in every course I take? How can I create a deep and lasting learning? What life lessons do I need to master success? How can I develop wisdom?
Life Long Learning
Develop a goal that follows the DAPPS Format.
Example: Because I know that this commitment will keep me on the course to success, I promise that every day for the next 32 days I will take the following two actions:
Your 32 Day Commitment
Who am I? What do I value? How can I feel even more confident? What reputation do I have with myself?
Self Esteem
How do I experience life fully yet manage my emotions so that I stay on course to my goals and dreams?
Emotional Intelligence
What do I need to learn to achieve my goals? How can I use what I am learning in every course I take? How can I create a deep and lasting learning? What life lessons do I need to master success? How can I develop wisdom?
Life Long Learning
What are my habit patterns? Which habits support my success? Which habit sabotage success? How can I change the habits that sabotage me?
Self Awareness
Who do I associate with? Will I help others? Will I ask for and accept help? How?
Interdependence
What are your goals and dreams? What outcomes and experiences do I want to create? What’s my educational goal? What job/career do I want? What legacy do I want to leave?
Self Motivation
Who is in charge of your life?
Responsibility
Responsibility
Motivation
Self-Management
Interdependence
Self Awareness
Life Long Learning
Emotional Intelligence
Self-esteem
Some Ideas to Consider
Because I know that this commitment will keep me on the course to success, I promise that every day for the next 32 days I will take the following actions:
Your Academic Goal
Be detailed, exact and thorough.

Example: I will complete my math homework on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-8 pm, versus a vague goal to study more.
Specific
Focus your energy on what you do want to do rather than on what you don’t want. Change negatively-worded goals into positively-worded ones.

Example: I will complete my homework on the day that it is assigned, versus I will stop procrastinating.
Positive
Make your goals yours, contributing to your personal dreams, needs and wants. Trust that you know what is best for you.

Example: I am working toward my college degree because I want to be successful someday.
Personal
A goal needs to be realistic and stretch you enough so you feel you will accomplish it but only with a strong commitment from you.

Example: For a typical “B” student, “I will get a B+ average GPA this semester.”
Achievable
Put a specific deadline on when you will accomplish your goal. You can always revise your deadlines but without a specific date to complete your goal you could pursue your goal without ever completing it.

Example: For the next 32 days, I will do the following actions to meet my goal of ___________.
Dated
Dated: Effective Goals Have Specific Deadlines

Achievable: Effective goals are realistic.

Personal: Effective goals are your goals, not someone else’s.

Positive: Effective goals focus your energy on what you do want rather than what you don’t want.

Specific: Effective goals state outcomes in specific, measureable terms.
DAPPS Goal Setting
GOAL Setting
Stay Focused
Babysteps
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