Setting well formed goals.

Nov 29, 2011

By using the following questions you can make sure your goals are well formed and effective. Each level has questions which are worth considering ahead of taking action. Also see Setting Goals

Set the goal as a positive to work towards.

What do you want?
Make the goal sensory specific, as though it were real.
How will I recognise when you have this?
How will you recognise when you have this?
Ensure the goal is contextualisedWhere and when do you want this?
Where and when do you not want this?
The goal must be self achievableWhat resources do you need?
What do you need to do to achieve this?
Do others need to be involved?
Is the goal ecological for you?
What will achieving this lose you?
What are the disadvantages of making this change?
What are the advantages?
Check the effort will be worthwhileWhat’s important to you about getting this?
What is the benefit of achieving this?
What will it help you avoid?

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