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“I nduction I nto T he E ntrepreneurial W orld”
95% of our success in life and work are determined by the habits we acquire over time. Habits are learnable The brain is a muscle that grows stronger with use
To grow groom and develop empowerment and self reliance in the individual To promote the pursuit of development and improvement of the individual,
Focus Concentration Completing tasks
Clarity about the activity that brings the greatest contribution to you Clarity about your responsibilities Clarity about your time value
Is another name for procrastination Procrastination is the habit of proponing work for later or Procrastination is caused by vagueness and confusion
Thinking about your concept Studying your concept in mind thoroughly Acquire training Practice your concept Continue improving on your concept expect increased efficiency
Completing Tasks - S pecific - M easurable - A ttainable - R ealistic - T imely Set SMART goals Endorphin release
Decision Discipline Determination preserverance
Time Management and Organization
G OAL SETTING AND MOTIVATION "If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time." — Zig ZiglarZig Ziglar.
SMART GOALS What are they? What are they? Why use them? Why use them? How do you write them? How do you write them?
COACHING in ACTION Transforming good intentions into great results.
Goal Setting Journal #13: What one thing would you like to accomplish in the next year? What do you need to do in order to accomplish it (write in detail)?
Tools for making goals a reality. S pecific M easurable A ttainable R ealistic T imely.
Session 1 Why Walk?. Folders Please place all handouts from sessions in your folder to help track progress and save information for the future.
Tips for Learning to Successfully Manage School, Work, and Life Time Management.
S.M.A.R.T. GOALS for the big picture Presented by Spectrum Society for Community Living Celebrating Twenty Years of Excellence.
Are Group Goals Important? Group Goals: Group Goals: Provide a vision of what the group could/should be Provide a vision of what the group could/should.
Setting Goals The “SMART” Way Presented by Riverside City College Counseling Department.
Lesson 5: Goal Setting PE Without Boundaries v1.0 12/1/20151.
Mentoring Program Lesson 2. Lesson Two: Effective Communication Learn effective communication strategies focusing on: outlining expectations, active listening,
SMART GOALS What are they? How do you write them?.
LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT BY: Jim Amadio
S-M-A-R-T GOAL CRITERIA S pecific M easurable T ime Bound R ealistic A ttainable 1-G.
Saving and Goal Setting. In This Lesson: 1. Recognize the importance of goal-setting. 2. Define short term, medium term, and long-term goals. 3. Develop.
S.M.A.R.T. GOALS for the big picture Presented by Spectrum Society for Community Living Celebrating Twenty Years of Excellence Acquired Brain Injury Program.
Creating SMART goals S pecific M easurable A ttainable R ealistic T imely (and Tangible)
Action Planning. After self evaluation: Action Planning 'Action Planning' is an activity designed to assist in achieving goals by recognising the tasks.
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