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Problem! SMART Goals

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Transcript of Problem! SMART Goals

Successful People
Problem!
Stupid Gazelle !
How to achieve my high school SMART goals!
Why did the gazelle
run into the tree?
It had no idea where it was going!
In other words ...
it had no goals!
to determine whether it was running in the right direction or not.
Who am I?
What do I do?
Define Your Goals
Install a System
Be Disciplined
How do I define my goals?
What do I do next?
THE POWER OF SMART GOAL SETTING
Fairfax HS Freshman Orientation
July 2014

It could not see far enough ...........................
Goal Oriented
Disciplined
"Losers let it happen.
Winners make it happen."
Understand My Dream & Identify My Goals
SMART Goals
Academic & Career Goals
Family & Friend Goals
Develop a balanced vision of WHO you wish to become.
Goals for Health & Wellness, Social Responsibility, & Personal Achievement
Determine
WHO & HOW
"Anyone who has never failed, has never tried anything new."
~ Albert Einstein
Example of SMART Goal & Plan

S
M
A
R
T
-
S
pecific
- providing details highlighting the unique aspects of the goal.
-
M
easurable
- providing a method to track progress, change, or attainment of goal.
-
A
ttainable
- goal is realistic & believable, something you are both willing & able to achieve.
-
T
ime-bound
- the goal has a deadline or expected achievement date in the near-future.
Continual assessment will keep you prepared to cope with obstacles, dream stealers,
& other unexpected shifts in your path.
Great Time Managers
Begin with an end in mind, to envision the full path
toward success.
Use planner to be focused.
Become mindful of how you use your time.
Get things done on time,
every time!
Stay motivated despite obstacles.
GOAL
(an important part of the journey)
Effective Study Habits
WHAT NOT TO DO

No Goals

= No Commitment

Poor Time Management

= Stress

Procrastinate

= Low Productivity

WHAT TO DO

Discipline

= Getting Things Done on Time

Create & Prioritize Your To Do List =
Task/Time Management

One action per day is 365 per year =

gives you a clear view to the finish line....
1. for tracking & measuring your progress

2. to make timely adjustments & corrections
get into a daily & weekly routine
To set a goal, you must understand the goal & the tasks needed to reach the goal.
It helps if you can see the 'big picture'.
set a health or fitness routine &
set aside specific time for each
subject
Continually Track Your Progress
Constantly Use Effective Learning/Study Habits
Embrace the Journey
Continually Re-evaluate & Revise Plans to Accommodate Obstacles, Changes,
and Other Challenges
Overcome Obstacles
Ask Questions
Identify Supports
& Continually Aim for
Higher Goals
Celebrate Successes at All Phases
Some people dream about success

Other people wake up
& work hard to succeed!
Advantages of Goal Setting
YOU WILL:
Know What to Focus On
Perform Better
Take Control of Your Life
Achieve More & Become Successful
Attain a Sense of Pride
Suffer Less Stress & Anxiety
Set your SMART Goals.
Make Your Plan to Succeed!
Establish Vision

Determine How
(short term goals)

Create an Action Plan

Make a Promise to Yourself

Make a To-Do List for Now

Prioritize Steps

Identify & Eliminate Obstacles

Document Evidence of Change

Celebrate Successes
& Share with Others

Continually Assess & Adjust

TAKE ACTION
It had
no system for checking progress!
ARE
Work!
Learn & Enjoy!
Develop
Develop a long-range vision of who you want to be & how you will become that person.
Develop short-term SMART goals to help you work & measure your progress toward your dream/vision of your
best possible
self.
Explore Your Gifts/Strengths
Identify Your Dreams
Write Your SMART Goals
Develop Prioritized Action Plan
Take Action
Visualize Yourself Successful
Overcome Fears & Obstacles
Create Your Life to Benefit
Yourself & Others
-
R
ealistic/
R
elevant
- goal is attainable, will bring you satisfaction & also benefit others.
Celebrate Your
Continuous
Cycle of Success
Embrace Challenges & Changes as Learning Opportunities
Eight Steps for the Full Picture
6 “W” questions for specific goals:
•Why is this goal important?
•When will the goal be achieved?
•Where will the action take place?
•What do I want to accomplish?
•Who is involved?
BALANCE
Athletic & Activity Goals
Community Goals
Reference

Kim, D.J. (2013). Power of goal setting.
How to Set, Track and Achieve My ATAR Goal: 2013 HSC EXPO
[presentation]. Retrieved from Prezi.
Freshman Orientation, July 2014
Created by Coach K. Belcher
Presented by Instructional Faculty Member
YOU
Prioritize studies ...
what specific task has priority?
Why?
Assess where you stand
Learn how to measure progress.
Is my goal realistically achievable?
Do I need help/support to attain goal?
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