Resources for the Goal Setting Project

Hey 7th Graders!

The time has come for you to pick a wellness goal for the semester and get into action. Pick something that you’d like to work on – physically, mentally, emotionally, or socially- and draft a plan. Remember to make it a SMART goal:

S- Specific (you’ve got to see it to reach it!)

M- Measurable (how will you know you’ve achieved it?)

A- Adjustable (things come up! Make sure you can adjust accordingly.)

R- Realistic (if it’s not realistic, you’ll just end up frustrated!)

T- Timely (set a goal you can reach by the end of the school year.)

Fill out the following sheet with details about your goal and save it to your health folder on your Mac. You’ll need to go back to it every two weeks for a check-in and reflection.

Personal Goal Setting Project- Spring 2015

Working towards goals can be challenging, and you’ll need some reminders and help along the way. Create a calendar to keep track of daily or weekly progress to your goals. You can use one of the templates from the link below or create your own. Make sure you include a visual on there… it helps you achieve your goal if you can see it!

Printable Calendar Templates

If you need additional inspiration, here’s the video we watched about Dartanyon and Leroy. Remember how hard they worked for their goals and apply that perseverance to yours.

Good luck, friendos! Let me know if I can help 🙂

 

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