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Copy of SMART Goal Setting

HUMS102: Setting SMART Goals
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on 15 April 2013

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SMART
goal setting The End.... Thank you for your attention! take a look at how SMART goal setting works with making a dream become a reality.... And one more thing... or maybe not... SMART
MEASURABLE
ACTION-ORIENTED
REALISTIC/ATTAINABLE
TIME-DRIVEN/TIMELY You need to have a gauge like time frames, dates, dollar amounts, number of credits, etc. to measure your success. SMART SPECIFIC MEASURABLE "If you don't know where
you are going, you might not get there."
Yogi Berra ACTION-ORIENTED/
ATTAINABLE REALISTIC TIME-DRIVEN/TIMELY Goals can be set in any number of areas. Today you are going to create a SMART goal for completing your Videotape/transcription Project. Your goals need to be clear, focused, concise and well-defined.
Avoid general terms and be as detailed as you can. Which of these is more Specific?
I want to get my degree?
or
I want to get my Associate's Degree in Human Services? Obviously, the second is the more Specific of the two statements. Now, let's create a Specific goal statement for your Behavior Change Project. S Which of these is more Measurable?
I want to get my degree someday.
or
I am going to get my Associates Degree in Human Services by May, 2013. Again, the second is obviously the more Measurable. Now, let's work on some Measurable goals for completing your project. The goal must require you to take action. You must do something to pursue the desired goal.
And the goal must be something that is attainable; something that is possible to achieve. Which of the following statements is more Action-oriented?
I'm going to get my degree someday.
or
I will take and successfully pass two courses each semester in order to earn my Associates Degree in Human Services by May, 2013. Once again, it's clear that the second statement is the Action-oriented one. Now, let's create some Action-oriented goal statements for your Project. M A Goals need to be manageable, attainable, believeable; and the person setting the goals needs to have a sense of ownership so there will be some motivation to accomplish the goals. Which is the more realistic?
I want to get my degree next month?
or
I will take and successfully pass two classes a semester to earn my Associates Degree in Human Services by May, 2013. No question which of the two statements is the most Realistic, right? So, how about some very Realistic goals for this Project? R Goals need to have a starting point and an ending point.
Sometimes you might break your goals down into smaller objectives. (Small Step Goals)
Goals that are set too far out = discouraging unless interim goals are set Which is more Time-driven?
I want to get my degree soon.
or
I am going to regirster tomorrow for the next two courses which I will take and successfully pass toward earning my Associates Degree in Human Services by May, 2013. By now, you've caught on that the second statement is the Time-Driven statement. And you've already figured out that the next step is for you to plug some time parameters into your goal-setting adventure. T
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