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Methods to Set Goals and Achieve Them

  1. 1. UTB 1122 English for Professional Communication
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  4. 4. What is a GOAL? UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 4
  5. 5. a goal is an UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 5
  6. 6. Goal setting process can be difficult UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 6
  7. 7. What should my goals be? How should I achieve them? UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 7
  8. 8. Forethought Performance Self- Reflection Can be found in three phases: UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 8
  9. 9. Forethought is where student’s sets goals that are: Achievable in short-term Challenging but attainable academic goals UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 9
  10. 10. Performance Scheduling time management Using mnemonics UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 10
  11. 11.  It shows you if your heading into the profession or not. Self- reflection is a key importance in life in order to succeed. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 11
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  18. 18. 1. Make a step-by- step plan. 2. Motivate yourself by focusing on someone who has achieved a similar goal. 3. Tell other people about your goal. 4. Think about bad things that will happen if you do not achieve your goal. 5. Think about the good things that will happen if you achieve your goal. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 18
  19. 19. 6. Try to suppress unhelpful or negative thoughts about your goal and how to achieve it. 7. Reward yourself for making progress in your goal. 8. Rely on willpower. 9. Record your progress. 10. Fantasize or visualize how great your life will be when you achieve your goal. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 19
  20. 20. When we can achieve at our level? According to our ability… Appreciate on the results based on the goals we achieved. Potential Outcome;Goals must be stated; UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 20
  21. 21. Achieving more with focus Starting to set personal goals Achieve lifetime goals Staying on course and achieving goals UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 21
  22. 22. The technique we tend to use by setting sharp and clearly defined goals and used to achieve the long term goals in short term motivation. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 22
  23. 23. First we set large scale and followed by smaller targets to achieve our goals and finally our lifetime goals. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 23
  24. 24. Lifetime goals are also known as long term goals which we need to achieve within long term. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 24
  25. 25. Achieving goals is the state where we have to feel the satisfaction and some time to enjoy the excitement. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 25
  26. 26. There are four dimensions of motivation known as:  competence,  control/autonomy,  value/interest, and  Relatedness. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 26
  27. 27. We need to see goals as realistic and achievable which may require altering student’s perception on their abilities. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 27
  28. 28. We must set our goals according to our abilities! UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 28
  29. 29. If we support for the goal, it will foster our interest and value. UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 29
  30. 30. IT’S all about the third party; 1. How the society see us, 2. How we will be judged by people UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 30
  31. 31. Tracked down our goals, either achieved or not achieved Plan accordingly and achieve our goals UTB 1122 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 31
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