Goals for being here

Goal Settings!

Being Specific with your goals:

  • Reflect on your previous goals
  • What goals did you choose?

Being Specific with your goals:

Optimism Booster Cards

Goal Cards

  • Use the cards to support people in choosing goals.
  • Ask the group to each choose a card, discuss question as a group

Possibility Cards

  • Use if people are stuck, feeling unsure of the possibilities in the situation!

Strategies cards

  • After people have chosen their goals ask them to choose a card and discuss their question

Creating SMART goals

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Attainable
  • Realistic
  • Timely
  • Evaluate
  • Reset
  • specific
  • measurable
  • attainable
  • realistic
  • time framed
  • smart

Is your goal SMART?

Place a tick next to each of the criteria it meets:

  • Specific – You know exactly what the goal issssssss
  • Measurable – You are able to measure how far you have progressed towards the final goal.
  • Achievable – The goal takes account of your particular situation at the time.
  • Realistic – The goal reflects your skills, resources and ability to achieve a specific outcome.
  • Timed – There is a definite time frame against which progress towards the goal can be tracked.