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Goal setting pashin

  1. 1. GOAL SETTING 1
  2. 2. Benefits of Setting Goals It is the first step in regaining health. Setting goals expresses an inner assurance that you can meet your needs. Setting goals feeds the proper kind of a positive self-image. Setting goals provides a focus for energy 2
  3. 3. Values of Goals Goals simplify the decision-making process Goals dissipate stress Goals tone up the health Goals will help you to achieve the purpose and a plan for every life Goals build confidence 3
  4. 4. Values of Goals Goals generate respect Goals provide a system of measure Goals produce proper priorities Goals alert you to facts, information and knowledge necessary to help you realize your highest potential Goals lead to intensity of desire A goal tends to produce persistence. 4
  5. 5. Values of Goals Goals take advantage of the right brain as well as the left brain Goals inspire willing followership Goals tend to eliminate fear Goals express confidence that you are the victor in a purposeful project rather than the victim of blind faith 5
  6. 6. Why we fail to set goals? May be it is childhood programming Many of us fail to set goals because we are afraid of not being perfect Some fail to set goals because they misunderstand religious belief They are afraid of failure 6
  7. 7. Components of a goal Make the goal specific Write down the purpose of the goal Write down the benefits to you and to others of achieving this goal Write down every possible obstacle you can think of Write down every solution you can think for that particular obstacle 7
  8. 8. Components of a goal Write down every action step. Write out what you are going to visualize Then you need an affirmation 8
  9. 9. Components of a goal You ought to know how to think in legitimate and logical patterns You ought to have a good memory You ought to able to speak in a way that will capture people’s attention You ought to read with clarity and gravity 9
  10. 10. Point To Note w Some people will not set goals because w they are afraid of ridicule 10
  11. 11. How do we set goalswhen we do not know what we want? My suggestion is that you compose a desire directory In that set up to column: What I want more of / What I want less of Work on this desire directory until you have 20 item Work backwards. Start with what you want your lifetime goal and lifestyle to be then discover the steps leading to this. 11
  12. 12. Vision Should Go With Goal Setting If you Professor said, “What subject shall we consider today?”, what you will think? Henry Kaiser said, “Determine what you want more than anything else in life, write down the means by which you intend to attain it, and permit nothing to deter you from pursuing it.” 12
  13. 13. Goal setting program – “SMART” Make your goals Specific Make your goals Measurable Make your goals Attainable Make your goals Realistic Make your goals Tangible 13
  14. 14. Other Principles Predicate your goals on your own behaviour Let your mind rise to greater heights Write down your goals in detail State your goals positively Make sure your goals include behavioural changes Make your goals personal Avoid goal conflicts (Two desirable goals) 14
  15. 15. Benefits of Goal - Setting Goals simplify the decision-making process Goals tone up mental and physical health Goals generate respect Goals provide a system of measure, so one may enjoy the feeling of accomplishment Goals produce persistence Goals deliver the leader from bondage to the plaudits (applause) 15
  16. 16. Four types of goals Physical Goals Mental Goals Social Goals Financial Goals 16
  17. 17. The Fear Of Goal Setting The fear of imperfect goals The fear of defeat The fear of ridicule The fear of considering goal setting presumptions. 17
  18. 18. Goal SettingThank You For Your TimeAnd Attention 18