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Goal Setting Practical Matters. Greek Life UNC Charlotte. Agenda. Fundamental Attitudes and Practices Kinds of Goals Setting Goals Being SMART Setting up for Success Breakdown Control. Fundamental Attitudes and Practices. The Imperative of Time A Matter of Priorities – the 80/20 rule

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Goal setting practical matters

Goal SettingPractical Matters

Greek Life

UNC Charlotte

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Agenda

Agenda

  • Fundamental Attitudes and Practices

  • Kinds of Goals

  • Setting Goals

  • Being SMART

  • Setting up for Success

  • Breakdown Control

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Fundamental attitudes and practices

Fundamental Attitudes and Practices

  • The Imperative of Time

  • A Matter of Priorities – the 80/20 rule

  • The “Goal of Goals”

  • “All the world’s a stage…”

  • “Gnothi se auton.”

  • Locus of Control

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Activity

Activity

  • What roles do you play?

    • Student

    • Child

    • Friend

    • Member

    • Etc.

  • How many hats do you wear anyway?

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Kinds of goals

Kinds of Goals

  • Outcome goals address a future state that you desire.

  • Outcome goal examples:

    • “To have lost 40 pounds”

    • “To make dean’s list”

    • “To be a bestselling author”

    • “To have a million dollars”

  • It’s easy to want…

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Kinds of goals1

Kinds of Goals

  • Process goals address an action you would perform.

  • Process goal examples:

    • “To walk for an hour every day”

    • “To go to class every day”

    • “To write 500 words every day”

    • “To save $300 from every paycheck”

  • It’s more effective to talk about doing…

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Setting goals

Setting Goals

  • Limit the number.

  • Accentuate the positive.

  • Consider the outcome.

  • Emphasize the process.

    • What will you do.

  • Write them down.

  • Review them every day.

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Activity1

Activity

  • One goal for each role

  • Accentuate the positive

  • Emphasize the process

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Smart goals

SMART Goals

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Relevant

Time Bound

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Activity2

Activity

  • Make a SMART Goal

  • Do you need to break it up?

  • Who else has a stake in your success?

  • Who will support you directly?

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A setting for success

A Setting for Success

  • Attitudes about Outcomes

    • Positive and Negative

  • Skills and Abilities

    • What you have, what you will get

  • Evaluation of “Significant Others”

  • Public commitment

    “Providence moves with you.”

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Activity3

Activity

  • For your SMART goal…

    • What are the outcomes?

    • What do you need? What do you have? What must you get?

    • What will the stakeholders think?

  • Will you commit in public to it?

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Breakdown control

Breakdown Control

  • Locus of Control

  • “Gnothi se auton.”

  • The “Goal of Goals”

  • A Matter of Priorities – the 80/20 rule

  • Too big? Break it up!

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


Goal setting practical matters1

Goal SettingPractical Matters

Greek Life

UNC Charlotte

(C) 2004 Michael A. Smith


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