Saturday, December 17, 2022


  Eli-express       Saturday, December 17, 2022

Life Skills Topic 6

The Meaning of Goal Setting
Explain the meaning of goal setting
is the process of identifying something that you want to accomplish and establishing measurablegoalsandtime frames. When you decide on a financial change to save more money and then seta certain amount to save each month, this is an example ofgoal setting.

The Steps for Goal Setting
Explain the steps for goal setting
The following are the steps for goal setting
  • First you create your “big picture” of what you want to do with your life ( or over, say the next 10 years), and identify the large- scale goals that you want to achieve.
  • Break these down into the smaller and smaller targets that you must hit to reach your lifetime goals.
  • Develop strategies/plan on how to achieve your goals/ targets
  • As you do this, make sure that the goals that you have set are ones that you genuinely want to achieve.

The Ways of Making Goals More Powerful
Ways of making goals more powerful
A useful way of making goals more powerful is to use the SMART
  • S- Specific(or significant)-name, be precise, clear sense of what action to take
  • M- Measurable (or meaningful)- attach definite numbers and values/ amounts.
  • A- Attainable (or action oriented) – Keep operational goal small
  • R- Relevant (or rewarding) there is nothing too difficult about the numbers and the actions prescribed. Don’t say you will score 100% in maths and you have never been maths class
  • T- Time-bound (or Trackable)- putting in dates, times.When you have achieved a goal, take the time to enjoy the satisfaction of having done so.If the goal was a significant one, reward yourself appropriately.
Activity 1
Section 1: THE WHAT!
Write a first draft of what your dream is. Draw a picture
What does it look like- what images do you see- Make it BIGWhat does it sound like, feel like, give it texture, give it life.
BE SPECIFIC- Explain it to someone else, get them to help you make it more real
SECTION 3: REALISM and not losing the dream
Section 4: Do I have a strategy to reach my Dream?
What is my score for section 5 ?
You must keep your dream firmly but you MUST be flexible as your path changes.What are your first small steps?Who will you ask for directions?What questions do you want to ask to an expert
Kidogo Kidogo !!!!- What, when, time needed, help needed
SECTION 5: The PEOPLE QUESTION: Who do I need to include into my dream to make it real?
What is your score for section 5?
No person is an Island. Entire of itself. John Donnes
We all need help from others. If you give help, You will receive help.
  1. Make a list of people that you would consider to be on your team.This includes- elders, wiser and older people, people who love you and want you to succeed. People who will help you do the hard work, people who you want to partner with you, people who can advice you, people who might work for you one day.
  2. Next each name- write words that describe how they will help you
  3. With a partner- discuss who is on your list. a. Do you have enough people? b. Who is missing? c. Are they the right people?
  4. Make a list of people who will encourage you when you get down or havetroubles?Make a list of truth –tellers ( those who will always speak truth to you) who you want on your journey with you.
SECTION 6: COST QUESTION: I am I willing to pay the price for my dream
What is my score for section 6?
The dream is free but the journey is NOT!
What will I need to give up to follow this dream? What I am I willing to pay? What am I not willing to do? Are you ready for the challenges that might come?
Price includes- energy, personal sacrifice, money, health, resources, other opportunities, time with family.
Meet with a group- who would you like to interview to find out the challenges you might expect? What are things you might want to think about? What happen when I get my dream- am I willing to do whatever is necessary to keep it alive? When is the price too high?
SECTION 7: TENACITY QUESTIONS: I am I moving closer to my dream?
What is my score for section 7?
Nothing can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not: Unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.
Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and Determination alone are omnipotent.
The only guarantee of failure is to STOP trying.
Fall down 7 times, get up 8 times.
Discuss what can get in your way of success. What can you do about planning ahead to manage those “ rocks in your road “. What can you do when rocks falls into your path?
How will failures help you learn important lessons that will make you stronger?
How will you celebrate the baby steps of success?
Who do you admire most for there determination? What characteristic do they have that you can mirror? How can you learn from them? Ask your group to discuss the ideas to help you.
SECTION 8. SIGNIFICANCE QUESTION.Does my Dream Benefit others ?
What is my score on Question 8?
Achieving a dream is more than what you accomplish.
It is about what you ( and others) become in the process!
We should not receive anything without giving.
We can not give anything without receiving in return. Mother Teresa
Was this dream for personal gain and success or was it based on giving back or being of service to others? Be honest- It is your dream. Write your thoughts here.
What would you like to do differently “ to pay it forward “ for others?
DARE TO DREAM:To dream means taking a risk, stepping out of your comfort zone, surroundings and situation.
PREPARE THE DREAM: The preparations determines the success. All is well that begins well. Preparations gives your dream a chance to succeed
WEAR A DREAM:Put it on. Your dream is not an addendum to your life. It is your life
REPAIR THE DREAM: Continuous maintenance and repair is needed to keep the dream going. Dreams need constant tender loving care.
SHARE THE DREAM: Pass it on to others. Give them ownership then accomplish the dream together.
Activity 2
THE DREAM TEST ( 0 – No, 1- Somewhat, 2- Yes ).
Section 1- 2- 3 are about you and your dream – Is it your dream or someone else’s dream?
Section 4- 5 are about how bad do you want your dream and how will you get others to help you get to your dream.
Section 6- 7- 8 Does this dream bring you happiness and help the bigger world
1). Is my dream really my dream?
  • I would be a person in the world most pleased if I accomplish my dream.
  • I have publicly shared my dream with other people, including those I love.
  • My dream has being challenged by others, and I still embrace it.
2) Clarity- Do I clearly see my dream?
  • I can explain the main ideas of my dream in a few sentences
  • I have spent many hours defining my dream in great details
  • I have written a clear description of my dream that includes the mainfeatures and objectives.
3) Reality- I am I depending on factors within my control to archive my dream?
  • I know what my values are and my greatest strength and talent. Does my dream use those talents and strengths and stay with my values?
  • My current habits and daily practices strongly support to possible success of my dream.
  • I expect that archiving my dream will be one of the hardest things I will ever do.
4). Pathway- Do I have plan/ strategy to get to my dream?
  • I have written my plan for my dream for how I intended to accomplish mydream.
  • I have set specific monthly and yearly goal as art of my plan.
  • I have shared my plan with 3 people that I respect to ask for their feedback
5). People- Have I included people needed to realize my dream ?
  • I frequently spend time with people who inspire me.
  • I surround myself with people who are honest with me about my strengths and weaknesses.
  • I have recruited people around me who have skills that compliment me and that can help me accomplish my dream.
6). Cost – Am I willing to pay the price for my dream?
  • I have already considered what I am willing to trade next to archive my dream.
  • I am willing to face fierce criticism from others as I pursue my dream because I know it is right for me.
  • No matter what, I will not compromise my value, ruin my health, or damage my family to pursue my dream.
7). Tenacity- I am I moving closer to my dream?
  • I can see and identify the challenges that I have already overcome to pursue my dream.
  • I possess the attitude of initiative toward my dream, and am unafraid of taking bold steps to take me closer to my dream
  • I do something every day – even if it is small – to move closer to my dream.
8). Significance- Does my dream BENEFIT OTHERS?
  • I can honestly say that moving towards my dream allow me to be working in a cause greater than myself
  • I can name specific people other than myself who will benefit if I can achieve my dream.
  • Even if the entire dream is not accomplished, others will be helped alongthe way.
TOTAL SCORE _______________
If your score is below 15 marks answer the following questions:
Do you really want this dream? If yes, maybe you need to begin to think about how to start a plan to get to this dream. If no, you want to start think about a dream that is really yours and that truly want to work hard for.
  • You are well on your way and you are likely to achieve your dream
  • You still need to do some work but your going on the right direction to achieve your dream
  • You need to create a stronger plan if you want to achieve your dream



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