G.O.A.L.S.™ Setting For Success

Learn how to create unique, memorable, and achievable G.O.A.L.S™ for yourself, business, or organization.
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  • Lectures 29
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 6/2016 English

Course Description

Goals setting is more than just writing down a few statements and posting them on a wall or mirror somewhere. In this course, we will cover five key goal setting skills. It's designed for anyone, regardless of experience level, who wishes to improve their goals setting skills. For ease of remembering these key skills, G.O.A.L.S.™ is used here as a useful acronym to create holistically focused goals.

You'll also receive bonus material that reinforces the concepts you've learned and give you new tricks to improve your goals setting skills. With these lessons, you'll find that you're able to reflect, and put to paper effective goals for yourself or organization.

What are the requirements?

  • For each of the G.O.A.L.S™ lessons and videos there is an associated activity and field book that you can download.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Develop a successful mission statement.
  • Develop a successful opportunity statement.
  • Develop a successful collaboration statement.
  • Develop a successful learning statement.
  • Develop a successful strength statement.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone interested in learning successful G.O.A.L.S™ setting for their personal or professional life.
  • This course is not intended for those who are looking for the traditional ways of setting personal or professional goals.

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Curriculum

00:26

In addition to completing the course lessons and readings, we encourage you to write down personal insights and reflections on your experiences in the course. The opportunity to keep a personal journal is an optional course activity that enables you to reflect on what you are learning. Record your thoughts and feelings about class activities and exercises, and maintain a record of this experience you can refer to through the years.

00:25

Goals setting is more than just writing down a few statements and posting them on a wall or mirror somewhere. There are five key things a person or organization must think about when setting goals. In this course, we will introduce you to four elements of an effective goals statement. For ease of remembering these key things, G.O.A.L.S.™ is used here as a useful acronym to reflect, and put to paper, effective goals for yourself or organization.

02:40

There are many ways to define goals.  Most will be specific, measurable, and timely. In this lesson, we will discuss the various ways to define goals, and what it means for you.

1 page

What is your definition of goals and what meaning does it have for you and your success?

02:33

What is the #1 reason most goals are not set or accomplished?

00:45

Characteristics of an Effective G.O.A.L.S.™  statement will include the following:

  • Goodwill of yourself, and others.

  • Opportunities that create value around your product(s) or service(s).

  • Allies (organizations and or individuals) that form your relational support.

  • Learning is your long and short term development plan.

  • Strengths (personal or organizational), what you are an expert at

Section 1: Goodwill
00:40

While most goals start out from a personal perspective, none of them ever end up affecting just one person. The effects of goals can be positive or negative when related to the goodwill of the individual or community as a whole. In this lesson, we will discuss the "why" of goals setting and how it can benefit your strategy for success.

01:59

By asking the "why" question, you are able to create a vision of what life would look like when the goal is achieved. The vision must be thorough and complete enough to sustain inspiration of the long haul.

00:31

There are nearly 70 Million conscious consumers in the U.S. Consumers who buy goods or services at a premium price because of the company’s social and environmental practices.  In this topic, we will discuss at-least four benefits of have a goodwill statement for yourself or organization. 

00:25

Please reflect upon the prompts and questions, seeking responses that are truly your own rather than what you believe others would expect of you. Capture your responses in writing. Don’t worry about the grammar or formatting. Simply focus on the content of your thoughts and feelings.

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If you decide to maintain a personal journal and like the format of this template, you can save personal notes and reflections in this journal. However, if you prefer to create your own journal format we encourage you to do so. You can use the approach you find most helpful.

Section 2: Opportunities
00:25

Discovering the unique problems that you are called to address will create opportunity boundaries for yourself or organization. This effort will create focus. In this lesson, we will discuss how to find opportunities to accomplish your goals.

02:49

Seeing opportunities requires that you have a “big picture” perspective.

1 page

Do you recognize and understand the economic forces impacting your ideas as well as the industry and competitive factors now and in the future?

1 page

Please reflect upon the following prompts and questions, seeking responses that are truly your own rather than what you believe others would expect of you. Capture your responses in writing. 

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If you decide to maintain a personal journal and like the format of this template, you can save personal notes and reflections in this journal. However, if you prefer to create your own journal format we encourage you to do so. You can use the approach you find most helpful.

Section 3: Allies
01:00

Allies are those individuals or organizations that enhance and/or complement your goals. In this lesson, we will discuss how the people influence your goals.

Allies Statement Lesson
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00:49
00:15

Please reflect upon the following prompts and questions, seeking responses that are truly your own rather than what you believe others would expect of you. Capture your responses in writing. 

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If you decide to maintain a personal journal and like the format of this template, you can save personal notes and reflections in this journal. However, if you prefer to create your own journal format we encourage you to do so. You can use the approach you find most helpful.

Section 4: Learning
1 page

A individual or organization is always learning -- he or she is constantly looking to absorb information and insight. In this lesson, we will discuss how to develop a success personal development plan.

01:33

Success isn’t easy, but amazing things can happen when you understand that overnight success is rare and you are ready to work extremely hard.  An effective personal development plan will include the following elements:

  1. Knowledge
  2. Skills
  3. Habits (deliberate practices)
00:10

Please reflect upon the following prompts and questions, seeking responses that are truly your own rather than what you believe others would expect of you. Capture your learning style in writing.

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If you decide to maintain a personal journal and like the format of this template, you can save personal notes and reflections in this journal. However, if you prefer to create your own journal format we encourage you to do so. You can use the approach you find most helpful.

Section 5: Strengths
00:10

Identify and leverage your personal strengths. This will enable you to minimize what you are an expert at. In this lesson, we will discuss and understand what you are the best at doing.

00:12

Please reflect upon the following prompts and questions, seeking responses that are truly your own rather than what you believe others would expect of you. Capture your responses in writing.

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If you decide to maintain a personal journal and like the format of this template, you can save personal notes and reflections in this journal. However, if you prefer to create your own journal format we encourage you to do so. You can use the approach you find most helpful.

Section 6: Summary
1 page

In this course we have discovered that goal statements can be a very strong performance and motivational statements personally and professionally. Crafting goal(s) is more than just writing down a few statements and posting them on a wall or mirror somewhere.  A goal statement should serve as an incubator for high performance and professional growth.

Section 7: "BIGGER, BETTER" Challenge
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Can a single pencil hold the power to make your wildest dreams come true? Not likely. However, you might be surprised at its potential during the course of a single evening.  Head on over to my private G.O.A.L.S. Setting Mastermind Facebook Group for additional support.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1812373038997778/


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Instructor Biography

Davis Training Consultants, LLC Tracy Davis, Transforming People Through Inspired Learning

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and company. I am Tracy Davis, CEO and owner of Davis Training Consultants, LLC (DTC). Our consultants are sought after experts in goal setting and other subjects, leading to personal and professional growth and sustained commitment. I believe that my knowledge and skills can be an invaluable asset and incubator for high employee performance, professional growth, and personal development.  

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