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Setting goals en

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  2. 2. There are many good reasons for setting goals.We can often look so intentlyat what is happening today, that we lose sight of where we want to go. Goals are like the steps you take that get you from the bottom of a mountain to the top.
  3. 3. If you find yourself at the bottom of a mountain, and the sides are very steep, you might thinkthere’s no way you’re ever going to make it to the top. I wonder how we’ll ever make it to the top?
  4. 4. Setting goals provides you with “steps” that helpyou to climb the mountain.The goals are the notcheswhere you can place yourfeet and hands. They give you something to grip, something to take your next step on.
  5. 5. You don’t have to You just have to have thedo it all at once. All perseverance to make it you have to look to your next goal.at is the next step ahead of you.
  6. 6. The next goal is within your reach, though sometimesThat next step you have to stretchisn’t too high, a little to reach it. is it?
  7. 7. Setting a small, reachable goal is one way you can methodically get pastchallenges you face. It’s also a way to learn new skills a littlebit at a time, by putting the next challenge you face on a level you can reach.
  8. 8. If you’re having a hardtime seeing how you’re going to climb some “mountain” in your life,then set yourself somegoals that will help you make your way up the “mountain.”This is too hard! It’s impossible! No! You just have to set smaller goals.
  9. 9. Don’t worry about reaching the top all in one jump. That’s impossible to do. Instead take it one step at a time, and before long you will have triumphed! It will cost a lot, but you can save up and buy one part at a time.Mommy, canwe buy a fish tank? Fish tank goals aquarium pump plants fish
  10. 10. Would you like We can work me to help you on one stanza at amemorize this poem time, and soon you’ll for school? have the whole poem memorized. But it’s so long, Daddy! I’m reading a chapter a day, so I can do a book report on it at the end of the month.
  11. 11. With each step you take, and eachAnd here goal you reach, you come that much we are! closer to your final goal! All those steps add up, and before you know it, you’ve climbed quite a ways! Wow! The view is great up here! We made it!
  12. 12. Nice! Your Well done, perseverance “…Today by Son! I’m paid off. the sea.”1 It helped to proud of you!have goals ofwhat I needed to work on. It’s done! Thanks for helping me, Daddy! BOOK REPORT 1 “The Rock and the Bubble,” by Louisa May Alcott
  13. 13. Goals also keep you from getting lazy and resting on your last achievement, because there’s always more to come! That’s why you should never let yourlife run out of goals. Always have goals to reach for, more steps to take up the mountain of life.
  14. 14. Do you want to make the best What’s your next use of your time, to progress and major “mountain”prepare as best you can? Then set challenge in life? some goals to help yourself! Break up the climb into little steps that are easier to reach. S&S link: Character building: Personal Responsibility: Perseverance-1c Contributed by Christi S. Lynch, adapted from the writings of Peter Amsterdam. Illustrations by Didier Martin. Design by Christia Copeland. Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2011 by The Family International
  15. 15. 1. Print a copy of this poster.2. Set a personal goal and write it on the flag.3. Break your goal into steps (smaller goals) and write each goal on a stone goingup the mountain. Goal4. Color each step (stone) as you reach that smaller goal.Happy Mountain Climbing! Chart Name
  16. 16. 1. Print and color a copy of this poster.2. Set a personal goal and write it on the flag.3. Break your goal into steps (smaller goals) and write each goal on a stone goingup the mountain. Goal4. Color each step (stone) as you reach that smaller goal.Happy Mountain Climbing! Chart Name

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