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Title: Goals


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Goals
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Three Types of People When it Comes to Setting
Goals. . . .
  • People that MAKE IT HAPPEN
  • People that LET IT HAPPEN
  • People that DONT KNOW WHAT HAPPENED

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Before Setting a Goal, Ask yourself . . .
  • Does it fit my values?
  • Is it realistic?
  • Is it flexible?
  • Does it fit with my other goals?
  • Will the rewards be worth what I put in it?

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Successful Goals
  • A. A goal must be very SPECIFIC.
  • B. A goal must be WRITTEN DOWN.
  • C. A goal must be MEASURABLE.
  • D. A goal must be finished within a TIME FRAME.
  • E. A goal must be READ ALOUD frequently.
  • F. A goal must be POSTED VISIBLY.

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  • 4. It requires the same amount of energy to be
    SUCCESSFUL as it does to be UNSUCCESSFUL.
  • 5. If youre not WORKING to where you want to
    be, you are AUTOMATICALLY working to where you
    dont want to be.

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  • 6. If you CHOOSE to do one thing, you
    automatically CHOOSE not to do something else.
  • 7. Keep your most important VALUES in mind at all
    times when you are making important DECISIONS.

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Levels of Goals
  • A. Short-term Goal A goal that can be
    accomplished within one year or less.
  • B. Long-term Goal A goal that can be
    accomplished in one year or more. Usually
    requires many short-term goals to fulfill a
    long-term goal.

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What Happens to someone who never sets goals? . .
. .
  • Dont know where they are going.
  • May not accomplish anything.

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What interferes with goals? . . .
  • 13.
  • A. Family members who dont agree
  • B. Goal is not realistic
  • C. Boredom
  • D. No results
  • E. Forget
  • F. Friends

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Why do goals change?. . .
  • PEOPLE CHANGE!!!!

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  • If you fail to plan - then you plan to fail!!!

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DECISION MAKING
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Conflict between decisions and values
  • Internal conflict arises one will have a harder
    time making decisions

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Four types of decisions
  • A. Creative
  • Thought about but not well planned
  • B. Alternative
  • Choice between 2 alternatives
  • C. Evaluated
  • Pros and cons of the choice thought about
  • D. Impulsive
  • No thought, done by wants, first reaction

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Decision-Making Methods
  • A. Evaluation of options
  • Choice of options
  • B. Decision by non-decision
  • Because of a set of circumstances beyond
    control one must choose that decision
  • C. Habit
  • Out of habit you make a choice by not really
    thinking about it
  • D. Letting others decide for you
  • One will have a hard time later in life

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Steps to Making a Decision
  • Step 5 Evaluate results of the decision and
    accept responsibility for results of the
    decision.
  • Step 4 Make a decision, plan and act on the
    decision.
  • Step 3 Explore and evaluate possible solutions.
  • Step 2 Brainstorm possible solutions.
  • Step 1 Identify the problem.

EVALUATE
ACT
EXPLORE
BRAINSTORM
IDENTIFY
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The Game of Skunk
  • The object of skunk is to have the most points
    after 5 rounds.
  • A player gets the total of the dice and records
    it in his/her column, unless a one comes up.
  • If a one comes up, play is over for that round
    and all the players points in that column are
    wiped out.
  • If double ones come up, all points accumulated
    in prior columns are wiped out as well.
  • If a one doesnt occur, the player may choose
    either to try for more points on the next roll or
    to stop and keep what he/she has accumulated.
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