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Title: Long Term Goals


1
Long Term Goals Lessons 1 2
  • Choices 11

2
Review of First Three Habits
  • Habit 1
  • Be Proactive
  • Habit 2
  • Begin With The End In Mind
  • Habit 3
  • Put First Things First

3
Twenty Years From Now
  • Answer these questions with detailed responses.
  • You will have 15 minutes to answer these questions

4
20 Years From Now Questions
  • Where do you want to live?
  • What will your lifestyle be like?
  • What will your job be like (include position,
    title, work conditions, salary, etc.)
  • What will your family be like?
  • What will your interests be (hobbies, leisure
    activities, etc.)
  • What will be the best thing about your life?

5
Article
  • Using the questions that you have just answered,
    write a newspaper article about yourself20 years
    from now.
  • Think of a major accomplishment youve done that
    would make a reporter want to write an article
    about you.
  • Write it from the reporters prospective.
  • You will have 20 minutes to complete this.

6
Editing
  • You will meet with a partner
  • You will switch papers and edit and revise each
    others articles to make them more interesting
  • Ask your partner what steps they took to reach
    their goals
  • You will have 20 minutes to complete this

7
Article Revision
  • You will re-write your articles and include steps
    that you took to achieve your goals.
  • EXAMPLE
  • Jillian became a college professor after
    completing her doctorate at Harvard University.
  • Billy was promoted to CEO of Choices Enterprises
    after preventing 1500 layoffs while
    simultaneously cutting costs for the company

8
Long Term Goal Planning Lesson Part 2
  • Now that we have defined some of our short-term
    goals and written a personal mission statement,
    we are going to look at the bigger picture and
    have our end in mind be further out into the
    future.

9
SMART Goal Setting
  • The following are components of an effective goal
    one that describes performance standards that
    will tell us what good behavior looks like.
  • The SMART acronym can help us remember these
    components.

10
SMART Goals
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Timely

11
Steps for Effective Goal Setting
  • Develop several goals. A list of 5-7 items gives
    you several things to work on over a period of
    time.
  • State goals as a declaration of intention not
    items on a wish list. I want to apply to three
    schools lacks power. I will apply to three
    schools is intentional and powerful.

12
Effective Goal Setting
  • Attach a date to each goal. State what you
    intend to accomplish and by when. A good list
    should include some short term and long term
    goals.
  • Be specific. To find a job is too general to
    find and research five job openings before the
    end of the month is better.

13
Effective Goal Setting
  • Share your goals with someone who cares if you
    reach them. Sharing your intentions with your
    parents, best friend, or your teacher will help
    ensure success.
  • Write down your goals and put them where you will
    see them. The more often you read your list, the
    more results you get.

14
Effective Goal Setting
  • Review and revise your list. Experiment with
    different ways of stating your goals. Goal
    setting improves with practice, so play around
    with it.

15
Effective Goal Setting Summary
  • Develop several goals.
  • State goals as a declaration of intention not
    items on a wish list.
  • Attach a date to each goal.
  • Be specific.
  • Share your goals with someone who cares if you
    reach them.
  • Write down your goals and put them where you will
    see them.
  • Review and revise your list.

16
SMART Goal Activity
  • Take out a pen and paper.
  • Put your name, date and block.
  • Copy the following slides.

17
SMART Goal Activity
Goal Statement What do I need to reach this goal? (List at least five resources) Where am I now in relation to my stated goal?
18
SMART Goal Activity
Obstacles What is holding me back? What do I need to overcome to achieve this goal? List at least 5 obstacles. They can be physical, monetary, emotional, etc Solutions How do you plan to overcome these obstacles. State a proposed solution for each obstacle mentioned.
19
Mind MapsWhat Are They?
  • An image, centered around a key concept (goals),
    with related words and concepts that represent
    connections linked with the key concept

20
Mind MapsWhat Are They Used For?
  • Brainstorming
  • Define Goals and Action Steps
  • Personalized
  • Drill Down
  • Detailed

21
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22
Mind Map Guidelines
  • Start in the center of the paper with an image or
    symbol.
  • Make the branches closest to the center thicker,
    and make the attached branches farther from the
    center thinner.
  • Each line must be connected, starting from the
    central image.
  • Organize like things together on connected
    branches.

23
Mind Map Guidelines
  • Use at least 3 colors.
  • Use colors as your own special code to show
    people, topics, themes or dates, to make the Mind
    Map more beautiful.
  • Include symbols and pictures whenever possible.
  • Develop your own personal style of Mind Mapping.
    Your Mind Maps should be unique.

24
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25
Your Goal Mind Map
  • Take your goal statement or your name and put it
    into one word. That will be the center or
    starting point of your mind map.
  • Create 5 branches off of the main goal and these
    will be your action steps. We will then break
    these down further.

26
Goal Planning Worksheet (GPW)
  • Now that we have done the SMART Goal Activity, we
    are going to fill the GPW
  • This will act as a personal contract and promise
    to yourself. This will be a part of you
    portfolio for your final project and included in
    you next notebook check.

27
GPW Directions
  • Write your Goal Statement (this can be the same
    from your SMART goal activity)
  • Set a date (deadline) for when you want to reach
    that goal
  • List 5 Action steps that you will take to set
    this goal in action

28
GPW Directions
  • Narrative Statement. This will be a 5 sentence
    paragraph that will draw a picture of your life
    once you have accomplished this goal. It could
    be about your state of mind, well-being,
    lifestyle, relationships, etc. Be creative.
  • Acknowledgement Why do you deserve this change
    in your life? Have you worked hard towards this
    goal?
  • Accountability Put todays date and sign your
    name. Remember This is a contract to yourself.
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