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  • Goal Setting with Students Debbie Tebovich - 2012
  • What is a goal?A goal is a useful tool to help you focus and guide you to accomplish somethingA goal is a useful tool for implementing lifestyle changes
  • Be S.M.A.R.T.SpecificMeasurableAttainableRealisticTimed
  • Be Specific What are you going to do? How are you going to do it?EX: “I am going to do more exercise” is not adefined goal but “I am going to swim forthirty minutes three times a week” is morespecific and can be measured.
  • Measure your GoalsHow will I know I have accomplished my goal?How can I measure my progress?
  • Attainable goalsYou need to understand what is importantto youGoals that use your strengths to help youachieve them
  • Realistic GoalsGoals that you can achieveChoosing goals that are challengingand realistic are the key – Where am I ? – Where do I want to be? – Is my goal reachable in a healthful way? – Do I believe in my ability to achieve this goal? – If not, how can I modify this goal?
  • Timely Goals Set a target day for you to reach your goals, maybe days, months, yearsYou can have short term, mediumterm or long term goalsA goal with a firm time schedulereduces the tendency toprocrastination and frustration
  • SummaryGoals focus and align performanceSetting SMART goals is challenging but useful and highly rewarding
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