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    1. MOTIVATION and GOAL SETTING

    2. MOTIVATION The reason why individuals choose different paths towards a goal, perform with varying levels of intensity, and why they persist on those paths.

    3. 3 Dimensions of motivation Direction: Why does one choose that activity? Intensity: Why does one work harder than another? Persistence: Why does one give up so easily?

    4. Meaning Meaning is the critical determinant of motivation. What does that activity mean to the person? What do they want to get out of it? What do they value? Why is it important?

    5. What do some of the great motivational speakers have to say? Dennis Waitley The psychology of winning Steven Covey First things first Anthony Robins Awaken the giant within Paul Hanna You can do it

    6. Goal setting provides a structure for motivation. Goals cannot be achieved in the absence of motivation

    7. BENEFITS OF GOAL SETTING Goals improve performance Goals improve the quality of practice Goals clarify expectations

    8. Benefits Goals help relieve boredom by making training more challenging Goals increase intrinsic motivation to achieve Goals increase pride, satisfaction and self-confidence

    9. PRINCIPLES OF GOAL SETTING Set process, not outcome goals Set challenging, not easy goals Set realistic, not unrealistic goals

    10. Principles cntd. Set specific, not general goals Focus on short-term rather than long-term goals Emphasize individual over team goals

    11. 4 QUESTIONS What? When? How? Why?

    12. Types of sporting goals Career goals Relatively long-term goals Performance goals Performance progress goals Activity goals Intermediate goals B.S. Rushall, Mental skills training for sports

    13. Goals should be restricted to performance expectations over which an athlete has control.