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  1. Chapter 5The Decisions You Face

  2. What influences our Decisions? • Personal Priorities • Goals • Resources • Standards

  3. 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?

  4. 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

  5. What influences our Decisions? • Personal Priorities • Goals • Resources • Standards

  6. GOALS

  7. 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.

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

  9. SMART GOALS • Specific • Measureable • Attainable • Realistic • Time-bound

  10. 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.

  11. SPECIFIC • State EXACTLY what is to be achieved. • Example: I will earn money.

  12. MEASURABLE • A variable will change to indicate success. • Example: I will earn $100.

  13. ATTAINABLE • Determine how the goal will be reached. • Example: I will earn $100 by working at Wal-Mart.

  14. REALISTIC • Could happen given the resources and the circumstances. • Example: I will earn $100 by working at Wal-Mart after school and on weekends.

  15. 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.

  16. Let’s Practice…. • I am going to travel. • I am going to play sports. • I’m going to improve a relationship. • Card Activity again

  17. ILLEGAL WORDS

  18. 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.

  19. STANDARDS • Level of achievement • Education? • Appearance? • Behavior? • Conventional or Society Standards?

  20. 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.