Project #86260 - Personal Goals

See the attached file and use it to answer.

 

determine the four areas in which you wish to make positive changes and then set SMART goals for accomplishing those changes over the remaining weeks of this session.

Please note that your goals should not include long-term academic or career goals (such as "Graduate in 2 years.").

For example, one goal could relate to improving your reading speed in response to your reading rate assessment, another could be about reducing procrastination based on the time management tool, a third might focus on improving your social skills as suggested by the Personality Assessment Profile, and a fourth may relate to improving your attitude about school based on your CSI results.

Choose four areas in which you would like to make positive changes, and then use the attached file Worksheet to list the areas for improvement, provide rationale for making a positive change, and develop your SMART goals and specific plans to achieve those goals.

 

An Explanation of SMART Goals

Specific—What precisely do you want to accomplish? It is hard to know how to proceed if your goal is too vague. Include detail about who, what, where, why, when, and how.

Measurable—Include detail by which you can tell whether you have made progress or achieved your goal. Think about how much, how many, or how well as they relate to your goal.

Agreed—Everyone impacted by your goal and plan to achieve it must be onboard and supportive. Other words that apply here: Action-oriented, Appropriate, and Achievable.

Realistic—Though you want to stretch beyond your comfort zone, your goal should still be realistic and Relevant to your situation. Do you have control over the things required to make this change? Can you do all that is necessary to achieve the goal?

Time-Bound—We all procrastinate to some degree. If you are really going somewhere, you should have an estimated time of arrival. By what date will you get there? What milestones will you pass along the way and when should you reach them? Is there a “how often” element to your goal?

Also consider (SMARTER ):

Ethical—Does your goal fit with your values? You will be more motivated to accomplish something if it is morally good and you don’t feel guilty doing it. Stick to your own high standards.

 

Resourced—Do you have the resources to get the job done? Consider what you will need and whether it is time or money or help from others. If you don’t have what you need, how will you get it?

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