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Goal Setting. EMJOS Tour – Sweden 2010. Why Set Goals?. To see yourself improving To measure your success better than in terms of “winning/losing” To help focus on succeeding. SMART Goals. Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time-framed Make it EXCITING!. Specific.

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Goal setting

Goal Setting

EMJOS Tour – Sweden 2010


Why set goals

Why Set Goals?

  • To see yourself improving

  • To measure your success better than in terms of “winning/losing”

  • To help focus on succeeding


Smart goals

SMART Goals

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Realistic

Time-framed

Make it EXCITING!


Specific

Specific

  • Goals shouldn’t be vague, you should know when you have achieved it.

  • “I will do well at the JK next year” - No


Measurable

Measurable

  • Put some numbers on your target, not just words

  • “I will do well at the JK next year” - No

  • “I will come within 10% of the winner’s time on all three days of the JK next year” - Yes


Achievable realistic

AchievableRealistic

  • Achievable – something that your body is physically capable of

  • Realistic – something that can actually happen and that you will have the motivation to reach

  • “I will be selected for WOC as an M/W16” – No

  • “I will be selected for WOC within my first three years as an M/W21” - Maybe

  • “I will gain a top 30 British ranking position within my first three years as an M/W21” - Yes


Time framed

Time-Framed

  • If your goal has no time limit, you will have no motivation from the urgency to push for it

  • “I will get a gold badge time in a National Event” – No

  • “I will get a gold badge time in a National Event by 31st December 2010 - Yes


Levels of goal setting

Levels of Goal Setting

  • Season Goals – Big goals for the year

  • Performance Goals – to monitor your progress, should be SMART

  • Process Goals – can change daily/weekly


Go for it

Go for it!


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