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Lesson 3: SMART Goals & Value Vs. Effort

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Lesson 3: SMART Goals & Value Vs. Effort

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Lesson 3: SMART Goals & Value Vs. Effort

  1. 1. GOAL SETTING SMART Goals & Value Vs. Effort
  2. 2. Lesson 3: SMART Goals & Value Vs. Effort Specific Goal should state precisely what is to be accomplished. Measurable Goal progress should be visible and able to be tracked. Achievable Goal should be reachable based on resources, capabilities, and personal abilities. Relevant Goal should align with other goals and should matter. Timely Goal should have a specific completion date. Value Effort
  3. 3. SMART Goals Specific Goal should state precisely what is to be accomplished. Measurable Goal progress should be visible and able to be tracked. Achievable Goal should be reachable based on resources, capabilities, and personal abilities. Relevant Goal should align with other goals and should matter. Timely Goal should have a specific completion date. Not SMART ● Lose weight and work out more. SMART ● Lose 10 pounds by working out for 1 hour in the gym 3 times per week over the course of the next 3 months.
  4. 4. SMART Goals We would rather do something else than sit down and work on math problems. Like mathematics, SMART goals require you to think analytically. “If I do this, then this will occur….” Why do we not create SMART goals?
  5. 5. SMART Goals Even when we do take the time… SMART goals are often rushed and we don’t think of all possible outcomes. Lose 10 pounds by working out for 1 hour 3 times per week over the course of the next 3 months. • What about when you go on that vacation for 2 weeks in October? • What about when you fly out for those work trips every month?
  6. 6. Lose 10 pounds by September 21st by planning every week on Sunday what my three 1 hour workouts will be. This can include going to the gym, going for a run outside, or doing fitness video routines in my hotel room. Improved SMART goal SMART Goals
  7. 7. Value Effort ● Be honest with yourself. What side of the horizontal line does your goal or task lie? ● How is that particular goal or task going to affect the outcome? Put your emotions aside. ● Does it really matter or does it just matter to me? Value Vs. Effort
  8. 8. How do you know what provides the most value for the least amount of effort?
  9. 9. Let’s Spark Bright Futures!

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