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Title: Building the Foundation for Time Management


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Building the Foundation for Time Management
  • Values, Mission Statement, Roles and Goals

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No fair wind blowsfor a ship that has no port
of destination (Seneca)
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Live for the Moment is MY Motto.
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You never know how long youve got! You could
step into the road tomorrow and - wham - you
get hit by a cement truck!Then youll be sorry
you put off your pleasures!
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Thats what I say live for the moment. Whats
your philosophy?
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Look Down the Road
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Building the Foundation
  • Governing Values

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Governing Values
  • Identify your governing values
  • Values are your highest priorities, the
    attributes and qualities you most want to develop
    (what matters most to you)
  • Based on you and your beliefs, not on anyone else
    or their beliefs

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Examples of Values
  • Honesty
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Thriftiness
  • Family Relationships
  • Financial Independence
  • Teamwork
  • Service
  • Good Health

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Defining Values
  • Identify the qualities, attributes and priorities
    most important to you
  • Prioritize your list in order of importance

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Defining Values
  • Clarify each value by writing a few statements
    about how you will live each value.
  • Use the present tense
  • Write as if you are actually at the level you
    want to be.

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Value Statement Examples
  • I am on the cutting edge of innovation in the
    profession
  • I stay aware of and am proficient in using the
    latest computer software
  • I attend professional conferences

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Value Statement Example...
  • I read books and articles that focus on the
    future
  • I use technology in my teaching
  • I carefully analyze, think about and research
    emerging trends in the profession
  • I express my views about emerging trends in the
    profession.

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Another Values Example
  • The family is financially secure
  • Six months of salary is readily accessible
  • The children have college funds
  • I carry no balances on charge accounts
  • I have a solid retirement fund

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Record your values and clarifying statement on
this page in your Franklin Day Planner. If you
dont have a Franklin Day Planner, use a blank
sheet or download a copy of this page from the
course web site.
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What is One Governing Value of These People?
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Building the Foundation
  • Mission Statement

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Mission Statement
  • A mission statement is your philosophy on how you
    want to live and captures what contributions you
    want to make during your lifetime.

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A Sample Mission Statement
  • I make a positive difference in the lives of
    individuals in agricultural and extension
    education by teaching, conducting research and
    serving the profession while maintaining a strong
    family life.

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Record your mission statement on this pagein
your Franklin Day Planner. If you dont have a
Franklin Day Planner, use a blanksheet or
download a copy of this page from the course
web site.
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Your Mission Statement is Your Compass
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Building the Foundation
  • Roles

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Roles
  • Roles represent your key relationships, areas of
    responsibility, and areas of contribution.
  • Helps you see that life is more than a job.

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Roles
  • A natural outgrowth of your values and mission
  • Try to keep roles to less than seven

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Examples of roles
  • Person 1 -
  • Companion, care giver, volunteer, employee
  • Person 2 -
  • Friend, church member, facilitator, account
    manager, leader

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My Roles
  • Father/Husband
  • Teacher
  • Administrator
  • Senior Statesman
  • Counselor

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Record your roles on this pagein your Franklin
Day Planner. If you dont have a Franklin Day
Planner, use a blanksheet or download a copy
of this page from the course web site.
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Building the Foundation
  • Goals

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Long-Range Goals
  • Goals are dreams with deadlines
  • Goals must be
  • SPECIFIC
  • MEASURABLE
  • ACTION-ORIENTED
  • REALISTIC
  • TIMELY

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Long-Range Goals
  • Goals are based on
  • Governing Values
  • Mission Statement
  • Roles
  • Goals are the link between your governing values
    and your prioritized daily tasks.

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Long-Range Goals
  • Long-Range Goals are broken down into
    intermediate steps
  • It is possible to have 10-15 goals
  • There could be 2-3 goals for one value

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Long-Range Goals - Examples
  • I will improve the scores on the VoCATS by 10
    over last year.
  • I will lose 20 pounds by May 15.
  • I will organize 3 new 4-H clubs by June 30.

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Record your goalson this pagein your Franklin
Day Planner. If you dont have a Franklin Day
Planner, use a blanksheet or download a copy
of this page from the course web site.
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