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### Lesson 7 8

1. 1.
2. 2. Goals<br />
3. 3. In two major surveys, college and university educators identified lack of motivation as the number one barrier to student success.<br />What is a barrier to success? Motivation<br />
4. 4. According to American College Testing (ACT), in public four-year colleges in the United States about 33 percent of students fail to return for their second year. (That means 33% out of 11 students = 3.63<br />How many students drop out of <br />4 year colleges? <br />33%<br />
5. 5. According to American College Testing (ACT), in public two-year colleges in the United States about 50 percent (half) of students fail to return for their second year. (That means 50% out of 11 is 5-6 students)<br />How many students drop out of<br /> 2 year colleges? <br />50%<br />
6. 6. In the formula V x E = Motivation, <br />Value: Benefits you'll receive from college education (have students list value)<br /> (Scale 0-10 on your belief)<br />Money<br />Career Goals<br />Pride<br />Expectation: How likely you think you can get your college degree.<br /> (Scale 0-10 on your expectation)<br />Increase study time<br />Develop study skills<br />Manage time<br />Come prepared<br />Improve reading skills<br />Note taking<br />Testing taking<br />Motivation: To accomplish your goals<br />
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8. 8. According to recent US Census Bureau data <br />Adults with a 4 year degree make \$2.1 Million <br />Adults with a high school degree make \$1.2 Million<br />Difference \$900,000<br />It takes around \$1 million to pay for basic living needs.<br />
9. 9. According to psychologist Brian Tracy, many people resist setting life goals because they don’t know how. <br />What did Tracy say was the reason <br />people resist setting goals? <br />They don't know how<br />
10. 10. A “life role” is an activity to which we regularly devote large amounts of time and energy.<br />What do we devote to a life role? <br />Time and Energy<br />
11. 11. The DAPPS Rule is an acronym, a memory device to assist us in remembering the five qualities of an effective __GOAL______.<br />What helps us remember the 5 qualities <br />of an effective Goal? <br /> The DAPPS Rule<br />
12. 12. The five letters in DAPPS stand for <br /><ul><li>Dated (6 months, 5 years)
13. 13. Achievable (I have the present ability)
14. 14. Personal (Your goals and desire not someone else's)
15. 15. Positive (Worded with do's not don'ts
16. 16. Specific (Can't be vague, has to be measured, you can't measure do better or try harder)</li></li></ul><li>Which of the following is the most effective goal, according to the DAPPS Rule?<br /><ul><li>Do well academically this semester.
17. 17. Work hard to get good grades.
18. 18. Achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better this semester.
19. 19. Have more fun.</li></li></ul><li>A _COMMITMENTis an unbending intention, a single-mindedness of purpose that promises to overcome all obstacles regardless of how you may feel at any particular moment.<br />You are committed to find any creative way of reaching your goals and find a method to do it by. <br />What is a commitment? <br />Unbending intention to overcome obstacles<br />When it comes to accomplishing goals, commitment creates _METHOD_.<br />
20. 20. The book talks about a student writing an article for a national magazine just because he committed himself to earning money.<br />The book talks about Cathy Turner used visualizations to help her win two Olympic gold medals in speed skating. <br />
21. 21. Effective Visualizing(RUBF)<br /><ul><li>Relaxing
22. 22. Progressive Muscle Relaxation from head to toe
23. 23. Meditating
24. 24. Using present tense verbs
25. 25. I own my house
27. 27. I own my own business
28. 28. Being specific
29. 29. Using your 5 senses
30. 30. I can see
31. 31. I can smell
32. 32. I can touch
33. 33. I can taste
34. 34. I can hear