Goal mountain


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  • So, if you haven’t noticed, over the past few weeks, we have been talking a lot about setting goals. Why do you think that is?Emphasize the importance of knowing WHERE you want to go before you start a journey.
  • Review how to write solid, SMART goals.
  • A few weeks ago, I asked you to set some short term and long term goals with regards to your academic performance this semester.Today we are going to talk about setting FUTURE goals for yourself.
  • Push out the Setting Future Goals Letter Handout. Explain the assignment to the students.You may need to application share the course to show students where to submit the worksheets.
  • Goal mountain

    1. 1. Lets Review: Why Set Goals???
    2. 2. SMART Goal Setting • S-specific • Goals need to be very detailed and specific about the outcome • M-measurable • Goals need to be measurable to determine success • A-attainable • The goal should be reasonable and physically possible • R-realistic • A goal should represent an objective toward which you are “willing” and “able” • T-timely • There has to be a time set to make a goal attainable
    3. 3. Outcome Goals vs. Behavioral Goals • Outcome Goals: represent the desired results that you plan to achieve • Long Term: how you envision yourself after being successful in making all of your desired changes. • “I want to become a Physical Therapist.” • Short Term: where you pan to be at set points between your baseline (start point) and your ultimate desired result. • “I want to pass all of my courses so I can move up to the next grade level.”
    4. 4. Outcome Goals vs. Behavioral Goals • Behavioral Goals: Represent what changes you intend to make to achieve your desired results. • Short Term: What changes do you plan on making today or this week? • “I will attend my live sessions this week.” • Long Term: What behaviors do you plan on actively doing 3 months from the time you start? • “I will complete all required assignments for the school year.”
    5. 5. Obstacles • Obstacles are a natural part of the change process. When you anticipate obstacles you will be able to come up with strategies to overcome them. • How people view obstacles is going to determine their ultimate outcome. • Those who view obstacles as reasons to quit are ultimately going to be unsuccessful. • Those who view obstacles as a reason to learn are ultimately going to be much more successful.
    6. 6. Extrinsic Motivators • Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside the individual. • Examples include: • • • • Family and Friends A Doctor or Coach A competition or Program A Teacher or Counselor • External motivators, while helpful, have shown to be less effective in making lasting changes than internal motivators.
    7. 7. Intrinsic Motivators • Take a moment to picture yourself if you were 100% successful in the goals to plan to achieve. • How would your life be different? • What would you be doing then that you are unable to do now? • How would it make you feel? These are your “Intrinsic Motivators”
    8. 8. So……… • Now let’s explore some of your goals!
    9. 9. Academic Goals • Write down 2 goals on a piece of paper to start creating your goal sheet that you would like to accomplish this year and next year
    10. 10. Any Takers? • If you would like to share one of your goals, please raise your hand!
    11. 11. Career Goals • Write down 2 goals on the same piece of paper that you would like to accomplish towards your interest in any career
    12. 12. Any Takers? • If you would like to share one of your goals, please raise your hand!
    13. 13. Personal Goals • Write down 2 goals on your sheet that you would like to accomplish this year and next year in your personal life
    14. 14. Any Takers? • If you would like to share one of your goals, please raise your hand!
    15. 15. Homework • Building upon goals you have begun to set for yourself, follow the outline on Setting Future Goals handout to write a letter as though you are reflecting upon your high school experience on your graduation day • Submit your letter via the Online Learning course
    16. 16. Some things to remember… • • • • Keep your goals at the forefront of your mind No goal is out of reach No mountain is too high Once you complete your goals, reward yourself and start the process over again!