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Chapter 5 The Decisions You Face. What influences our Decisions?. Personal Priorities Goals Resources Standards. PERSONAL PRIORITIES. VALUES COLLOGUE!!!!!!! WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU????? Help you put first things first Answer questions and share with a partner.

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Chapter 5The Decisions You Face


What influences our Decisions?

  • Personal Priorities

  • Goals

  • Resources

  • Standards


PERSONAL PRIORITIES

  • VALUES COLLOGUE!!!!!!!

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU?????

  • Help you put first things first

  • Answer questions and share with a partner.

  • How will your personal priorities change as you get older?


Which are most important to you?

  • Being kind, helpful

  • Loyalty

  • Love

  • Knowledge

  • Justice/Being fair

  • Honesty

  • Health

  • Creativity

  • Job

  • Achievement

  • Skill

  • Safety

  • Wealth

  • Trustworthiness

  • Religious faith

  • Recognition

  • Power

  • Happiness

  • Family

  • Education

  • Physical Appearance


What influences our Decisions?

  • Personal Priorities

  • Goals

  • Resources

  • Standards


GOALS


GOALS

  • Def: Something you want to achieve

  • Short-term: next day, week, month – often will help you accomplish something long-term.

  • Examples?

  • Long-term: next year or longer

  • Examples?

  • IT IS POSSIBLE TO WORK TOWARDS TWO GOALS AT ONCE.


  • ACTION: Pick up your card and stand up. Find someone in the room with a matching card.


SMART GOALS

  • Specific

  • Measureable

  • Attainable

  • Realistic

  • Time-bound


Why SMART?

  • Which goal are you more likely to achieve?

    A. I want to lose weight.

    B. I want to lose 10 pounds by running three days a week and lifting weights/doing sit-ups two days a week and I will do this by May 30th.


SPECIFIC

  • State EXACTLY what is to be achieved.

  • Example: I will earn money.


MEASURABLE

  • A variable will change to indicate success.

  • Example: I will earn $100.


ATTAINABLE

  • Determine how the goal will be reached.

  • Example: I will earn $100 by working at Wal-Mart.


REALISTIC

  • Could happen given the resources and the circumstances.

  • Example: I will earn $100 by working at Wal-Mart after school and on weekends.


TIME-BOUND

  • States when the goal will be reached.

  • Example: I will earn $100 by working at Wal-Mart after school and on weekends by one month from today.


Let’s Practice….

  • I am going to travel.

  • I am going to play sports.

  • I’m going to improve a relationship.

  • Card Activity again


ILLEGAL WORDS


RESOURCES

  • Various ways and means you have for reaching goals.

  • Human-Resources – # ____ on sheet.Examples from story?

  • Non-human Resources - # _____ on sheet. Examples from story?

  • LOOK AT YOUR GOALS. Identify your resources.


STANDARDS

  • Level of achievement

  • Education?

  • Appearance?

  • Behavior?

  • Conventional or Society Standards?


TIMELINES

  • Gives you an idea of how your goals will fit into your life.

  • How will the decisions you make today affect your future life?

  • We may have similar goals, but we may want to accomplish them in a different order.

  • ACTION:Create your timeline.


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