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Activity – Part 1

List out 5 goals that you would like to accomplish in the next 12 months
What is a goal?

A goal is an observable and measurable end result having one


or more objectives to be achieved within a more or less fixed
timeframe
Examples of Goals

SHORT-TERM GOALS LONG-TERM GOALS:


• GET TUTORING IN MATH THIS • EXPLORE CAREERS I AM INTERESTED
QUARTER IN

• ATTEND PEER TUTORING TO GET HELP • GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL


WITH HOMEWORK WITH GOOD GRADES

• SPEND A MINIMUM OF ONE HOUR • GO TO COLLEGE OR GET A


EVERY NIGHT ON HOMEWORK AND
STUDYING JOB
No Planning = Failing

Think of a goal as your final destination, if you don’t


know what your final destination is, there is no way to
plan on how to get there.
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Activity – Part 2

Steps:

1. Go through the 5 goals you have listed

2. If you could make one come true overnight, which


would it be?
S M A R T
Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely
DESCRIBES WHAT YOU WANT TO ACCOMPLISH WITH AS MUCH DETAIL AS
POSSIBLE

VAGUE GOALS LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF ATTAINING THEM

S EXAMPLES :
I WANT TO DO WELL IN ENGLISH
I WANT AN “A” ON MY NEXT COMPOSITION.
I WILL EXERCISE MORE.
Specific I WILL WALK FOR 30 MINUTES EVERY DAY.
To set a specific goal you must answer the six "W" questions:

Who: Who is involved?

What: What do I want to accomplish?

Where: Identify a location.

When: Establish a time frame.

Which: Identify requirements and constraints.

Why: Specific reasons, purpose or benefits of accomplishing the goal.


DESCRIBES GOALS IN TERMS THAT CAN BE CLEARLY EVALUATED
NO MEASUREMENT MEANS THAT TASK OR GOAL WILL NEVER BE ATTAINED

M
HOW MUCH DO I HAVE TO DO?

HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO DO IT?


EXAMPLES :
I WANT TO STUDY MY BIOLOGY TEXT.
Measurable I WANT TO STUDY CHAPTER 7 AND ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS.
• The goal must be quantifiable.

• In order to track your progress towards your goal, you have to know
how to measure it.

• In order to be successful, you need to regularly monitor and assess


your progress.

• Basically, you must set up metrics to measure your progress.

• Project milestones can help break up a timeline if a project extends


over some months.
YOUR GOAL NEEDS TO BE REALISTIC AND ATTAINABLE TO BE
SUCCESSFUL.

IT SHOULD STRETCH YOUR ABILITIES BUT STILL REMAIN POSSIBLE.

A
IT IDENTIFIES A GOAL THAT FOCUSES ON ACTIONS RATHER THAN
PERSONAL QUALITIES.

EXAMPLES :

Achievable I WANT A BETTER ATTITUDE ABOUT STUDYING.


I WANT TO COMPLETE ALL ASSIGNMENTS BEFORE CLASSES.
An achievable goal will usually answer questions such as:
• How can I accomplish this goal?
• How realistic is the goal?

Tips for success :

1. AIM HIGH 3. USE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL

2. SET YOUR OWN GOALS 4. HAVE SUFFICIENT RESOURCES


IDENTIFIES GOALS THAT ARE ACTUALLY ABLE TO BE ATTAINED
GOALS CAN BE CHALLENGING BUT NOT UNREALISTIC
(DO-ABLE, NOT EASY OR RIDICULOUS)
EXAMPLES :

R TONIGHT I’LL READ HALF OF MY BOOK AND COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENTS.


TONIGHT I’LL READ TWO CHAPTERS OF MY BOOK AND COMPLETE THE
ASSIGNMENTS.

Realistic
I WILL NOT WATCH TELEVISION
I WILL NOT WATCH TELEVISION UNTIL MY HOMEWORK IS DONE.
A SMART goal is likely realistic if you believe that it can be
accomplished. Ask yourself:
• Is the goal realistic and within reach?
• Is the goal reachable given the time and resources?
• Are you able to commit to achieving the goal?

A relevant goal can answer "yes" to these questions:


• Does this seem worthwhile?
• Is this the right time?
• Does this match our other efforts/needs?
• Am I the right person to reach this goal?
T
Timely I WANT TO GRADUATE WITH HONORS.
I WANT TO MAKE THE DEAN’S LIST THIS SEMESTER.
A goal should be grounded within a time frame. With no time frame
tied to it, there is no sense of urgency.

Ask yourself:
• Does my goal have a deadline?
• By when do you want to achieve your goal
• What can I do today?

For example : On August 1, I will obtain a gym membership at my local


community center. In order to be healthier, I will work out four days a
week.
Every week, I will aim to lose one pound of body fat.
By the end of August, I will have realized my goal if I lose four pounds of
fat over the course of the month.
Example 1

I want to get faster

Is this a SMART goal?

I presently run the 40 in 5.0 seconds and by


December 1, I want to be able to run the 40 in 4.9
Example 2

I want my team to win every tournament we enter this year

Convert this into a SMART goal.

I expect my team to win a minimum of 2 out of 3

tournaments we play before December 2019


Digital Tools to Help with Goal Setting

Way of Life Momentum Coach Me


Activity – Part 3

Share your SMART goals

The ‘SMARTest’ one gets a prize


Resources

• Brian Tracy Goal Setting Advice - #MentorMeBrian


• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmihXD4HMNI&t=836s
• Goal setting Theory of Motivation :
• https://www.managementstudyguide.com/goal-setting-theory-motivation.htm
Thank you!