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  1. Goal Setting

  2. Setting Our Goals: Brainstorm • 1. How long before you go back to your old “study/homework” routine. • WHY? • 2. Are you setting yourself up for failure because of PROCRASTINATION? • Procrastination is the killer of dreams

  3. Setting Our Goals, cont. • 3. Describe goals you’ve SET and ACCOMPLISHED • 4. What is one behavioral change you’d like to accomplish in order to reach your academic goals? • 5. THREE Procrastination types: Relaxed, Genius, Avoider • 6. THREE ways to help with procrastination: • Put away pleasure • Don’t multitask • Take breaks – non-stimulating breaks

  4. SHORT Term Goals • Can be achieved quickly- in days or weeks • Think of 3 different short term goals you have

  5. LONG term goals • May take months or years to achieve • Can have multiple short term goals within each long term goal • Think of 3 different long term goals you have

  6. Differences • Example: Passing Health- is a LT goal. Passing your next Health assignment is a ST goal that will help you reach your LT goal.

  7. 6 S’s for Goal Setting • Safe – can it harm you? • Satisfying – will you feel good? • Sensible – is it realistic? • Similar – like other goals? Not contradicting? • Specific – clear goal, not broad. • Supported – adults or others to support you?

  8. Action Plan • Step-by-step set of directions that will help you reach your goal • Think of it as a “To Do” list • Should contain dates, rewards, and ability to track progress

  9. Rewards • Have sensible rewards that you can decide with your family for reaching goals. • Small goals= small rewards, Large goals= large rewards!

  10. Stay Positive • Use positive statements that help to reinforce your OWN belief that you can achieve your goal!

  11. What can get in the way of goals? • Goal Blockers: Things that can delay goals or make them harder to achieve • Example: Watching TV or playing video games instead of doing homework. Talking with friends in class instead of paying attention. • Suggestion: Make time for the goal blockers, after you’re all finished with your work • Goal Busters: Things that can eliminate your goals altogether • Example: Dropping out of school, doing drugs, committing crimes, lying or falsifying information

  12. Goals You’ve Set • List some short term goals you set in the past month: • Circle the goals you achieved • What helped you achieve those goals? • What kept you from achieving the ones you didn’t reach? • List some long term goals you’ve had in the past. • Circle the goals you’re still working on • Did you reach any of the goals you set? Which ones? • What kept you from achieving the ones you didn’t reach?

  13. Action Plan • Look at your long term goals that you hope to achieve. • 1) How are you going to achieve it? • 2) What are the steps needed in achieving your goal? • 3) Tell me what strengths you have that will help you achieve your goal • 4) Who do you have in your life that can help you reach this goal and prove me wrong?

  14. Review! • If a goal makes you feel good, it’s considered a _______ goal: • A) Sensible • B) Specific • C) Supported • D) Satisfying

  15. Review! • A step-by-step set of directions to help you reach your goal is called what?: • A) To-do list • B) Short Term Goal • C) Long-Term Goal • D) Action Plan

  16. Review! • A short term goal can be achieved in: • A) Hours • B) Days or Weeks • C) Months or Years • D) Never

  17. Review! • A long term goal can be achieved in: • A) Hours • B) Days or Weeks • C) Months or Years • D) Never

  18. Review! • If a goal is realistic, it’s considered to be a _______ goal: • A) Sensible • B) Specific • C) Supported • D) Satisfying

  19. Review! • True or False: Short term goals should have BIG rewards? • False- short term goals should have small rewards (finishing your homework early= more facebook time).

  20. Goal Poster • Front side: 5 goals selected (2 LT/3 ST or vice versa) • EACH GOAL: • Write your SPECIFIC goal • Picture/icon of goal • Tell me in 2 or more sentences: HOW you’re going to achieve it (bullets are fine – a mini action plan) • On the BACK SIDE: • Write a motivational quote – something that can inspire you or anyone else to achieve your goals in life.