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1Level 1 Tutor Training Module SMART Goal SettingLevel 1 Tutor Training Module
2“It's never too late to be who you might have been.” --George Elliot
3--Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, magic, andpower in it.”--Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
4“The tragedy in life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal “The tragedy in life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach.”--Benjamin Mays
5“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands — your own.”--Mark Victor Hansen
6Forks in the Road Responsibility Motivation Self-Management InterdependenceSelf-AwarenessLife-Long LearningEmotional IntelligenceSelf-EsteemDeveloped by Skip Downing, On Course
7Who’s in charge of creating my life the way I want it to be? ResponsibilityWho’s in charge of creating my life the way I want it to be?
8MotivationWhat are my goals and dreams? What outcomes & experiences do I want to create? What’s my educational goal? What job/career do I want? What legacy do I want to leave?
9Self-ManagementHow do I manage my actions effectively to achieve the life I want? What self-management tools will assist me?
10InterdependenceWho do I want to associate with? Will I help others? Will I ask for and accept help?
11Self-AwarenessWhat are my habit patterns? Which habits support my success? Which habits sabotage my success? How can I change the habits that sabotage me?
12Life-Long LearningWhat do I need to learn to achieve my desired outcomes and experiences? How can I create deep and lasting learning? What life lessons do I need to master to succeed? How can I develop wisdom?
13Emotional Intelligence How do I experience life fully yet manage my emotions so that I stay on course to my goals and dreams?
14Self-EsteemWho am I? What do I value? How can I feel even more confident? What reputation do I have with myself?
15Give me a Goal Think about what we’ve just talked about… What is a goal that you have? It can be related to your work, your education or your personal life.Write your goal down on a piece of paper.Turn your paper face down.
17Now make your Goal SMART Turn your paper over and look at your goal.Does it meet the parameters of a SMART goal?If necessary reword your goal so that it is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-based.How do you feel about your goal now?
18By Susan Heathfield, About.com SMART Goals RedefinedBy Susan Heathfield, About.com
19In addition to Specific… SMART Goals RedefinedSIn addition to Specific…StretchingSystematicSignificantShifting
20In addition to Measurable… SMART Goals RedefinedMIn addition to Measurable…MeaningfulMemorableMotivatingMagical
21In addition to Achievable… SMART Goals RedefinedAIn addition to Achievable…Action PlansAccountabilityAgreed-upon
22In addition to Relevant… SMART Goals RedefinedRIn addition to Relevant…RealisticReasonableResults-OrientedRewardingResponsibleReliable
23In addition to Time-based… SMART Goals RedefinedTIn addition to Time-based…TangibleThoughtfulTimely
24Goals Must Be Flexible to Be Competitive Today’s job market demands that you change direction as needed and have a map to get you there.It’s not like Alice in Wonderland where she asks the cat which way she should go. She tells the cat she doesn’t care where and he tells her, “Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.”