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  • How many Smarties can you stack? If your actual performance was UNDER your goal: Actual performance 10 Score Calculations = actual performance X 5 Score = 10 x 5 = 50 If your actual performance is the SAME as your goal: Actual performance 15 Score Calculations = actual performance X 10 Score = 15 x 10 = 150 If your actual performance is the HIGHER than your goal: Actual performance 18 Score Calculations = (Goal X 10) + (# of smarties over your goal X 5) Score = (15 x 10) + (3 x 5) = 150 + 15 = 165]
  • Goals Value = Goals = Behavior = Self-esteem
  • Goals • Write down a list of goals you have.
  • Long vs. Short Short Term Goals • Achieved quickly • They help you achieve your long term goals. • For example: finish term paper, wash dishes, mail Christmas cards by Friday, etc. Long Term Goals • take months, years, all your life to achieve. • For example: graduate from college, become a pilot, lose ___ pounds, etc.
  • Seven Goal Areas Family/home Social Educational Religious/Spiritual Achievement/recognition Career Physical/health
  • SMART goals • S – Strategic, Specific (What exactly do I want to measure?) • M – Measurable (How am I going to measure it?) • A – Attainable (Is this a reasonable goal?) • R – Results-Based (What will my goal look like when I’ve reached it?) • T – Time-Bound (When should I reach my goal?)
  • Is this a SMART goal? • Goal: I will go on a diet. – Specific? – Measurable? – Attainable? – Results-Based? – Time-Bound?
  • Is this a SMART goal? • Goal: To improve my health, I will lose 10 • pounds by February 28, 2009. – Specific? – Measurable? – Attainable? – Results-Based? – Time-Bound?
  • Do you believe you can achieve? • We need to learn how to dream. • Keep the dream alive, reach your goals • Some people don’t decide or have a vision of what they want out of life. NO GOALS!! • People with goals can see what they eventually want to achieve and they can see just how to get there.
  • Things to remember: • Goals must be realistic – you can’t lose 40 pounds in one month • Must prioritize – rank in order of importance you, can’t accomplish it all at once. • Do you have the resources you need to reach your goals (money, information, health, energy, skill, etc.).
  • Build a bridge and get over it • You will have challenges. • You will have roadblocks. • You can have excuses or success but not both.
  • There are three types of people • • • Ones that make things happen Those that let it happen And the ones that don’t know what happened. What one are you going to be?
  • Activity… • Take one of the goals that you wrote at the beginning of class and rewrite it as a SMART goal. • Write down three short term goals you will need to do in order to complete your long term goal.
  • Get Your Goals Off the Ground • You need 1 ½ pieces of construction paper, string, scissors, tape and markers. • Use the whole sheet of construction paper to make a kite representing your long-term goal. • Cut your ½ sheet into three pieces to tape to the string to represent your short-term goals. • Write your goals on the kite and the three pieces. • Tape your string to the kite and put your name on the back of it.
  • Life Map • Give each student a poster and have them draw their life map from the present day and extend it until their fortieth birthday (or another designated age). They should include the times they want major events and changes to take place. They could include high school graduation, college or post-secondary school graduation, beginning of a career, marriage, beginning of a family, when they might get an apartment, buy a house, buy a car, become famous, etc. Each student's map will differ according to what they want to be and accomplish. Have them include roadblocks or rocks along the way that may make it difficult or impossible to accomplish those goals. These could include bad grades, early marriage, lack of money, laziness, illness, injury, etc. These roadblocks should be realistic to them.