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2 GOAL

3 Intent meaning ground zero dream design purpose pretension plan aspiration idea object Mark target aim Ambition thing design wish destination

4 What’s you goal?

5 What goal? Some people do not have any goals determined. Types of Goals - personal, financial, professional, attitude, public service, health, Is it worth my time to make a plan?

6 Ultimate goals PersonalProfessional Personal Goal Setting: Planning to Live Your Life Your Way. (n.d.).

7 What are your goals in ten years Personal What do you want Values Look like Professional/career What do you want Values Look like

8 Personal Goal – I have _________5 yrs. Long term time frame – 5 yrs. Personal What do you want Values Look like SMART GOAL PLAN Short term – Times frame – 1 yr. Personal What do you want Values Look like SMART GOAL PLAN

9 Long term time frame – 1 year Personal What do you want Values Look like How do you know you have achieved your goal? (Podmoroff, D.,n.d.) Short term – Times frame – 6 months Personal What do you want Values Look like SMART GOAL PLAN Personal Goal I have _________1 yr.

10 Personal Goal – I have achieved in 6 months_________ 6 months Personal What do you want Values Look like SMART GOAL PLAN 3 months Personal What do you want Values Look like SMART GOAL PLAN

11 SMART Goal Worksheet

12 SMART S – Specific (or Significant). M – Measurable (or Meaningful). A – Attainable (or Action-Oriented). R – Relevant (or Rewarding). T – Time-bound (or Trackable).

13 S = Specific Who: What: Where: When: Which: Why: Goal______________________________________ __________________________________________ Smart Goal Setting with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. (n.d.).

14 M – Measurable (or Meaningful). How will I know when the result has been achieved?• How will I verify the achievement/performance of this goal Smart Goal with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. (n.d.). Setting

15 Attainable What strengths do you have to enable this to happen? Do you have the skills? Do you have the finances Do you need help? Smart Goal with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. (n.d.). Setting

16 Realistic Some thing you are willing to work for it? Are you capable? Do you believe in your goal or mission? Is it relevant? Smart Goal with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. (n.d.). Setting

17 Timely Break things into pieces Deadlines Frequency

18 Exercise

19 GOAL

20 Resources Baber, T. (n.d.). Why Is Goal Setting Important?. Positive Changes Coach. Retrieved May 7, 2014, from changes-coach.com/why-is-goal-setting-important.htmlhttp://www.positive- changes-coach.com/why-is-goal-setting-important.html Personal Goal Setting: Planning to Live Your Life Your Way. (n.d.). Personal Goal Setting. Retrieved May 7, 2014, from Smart Goal Setting with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. (n.d.). Smart Goal Setting with S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting. Retrieved May 7, 2014, from Thesaurus.com | Find Synonyms and Antonyms of Words at.... (n.d.).. Retrieved May 7, 2014, from


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