Goal Setting and Decision Making: Seeing Through Your Future
A. Go over the list of goals. Write ST if it is a short-term goal and LT if it is a long-term goal.
______1. To attend the JS Prom on March 11.
______2. To have my own house and lot.
______3. To have a loving family of my own.
______4. To be able to submit my project in Science.
______5. To be able to save money for the Christmas party.
______6. To be a well-respected leader in my community.
______7. To be a successful doctor.
______8. To represent my country in an educators’ training seminar abroad.
______9. To get a high-paying job.
______10. To convince the girl I am courting that I am the right man ...view middle of the document...
* My family responsibilities will be ___________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________.
* I’ll tell my friends that of my life experiences in the last five years, the best have been ___________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________
Goal Setting and Decision Making: Life Plans
1. Answer the following questions. Be as realistic as possible.
a. How you felt imagining yourself 10 years from now?
b. What will you become after 10 years in terms of your career and your family life?
c. Your plan to be able to fulfil your desired future.
2. Answer the activity worksheet entitled Life Plans. Complete the sentences in your own words. After you have finished, go back and read over each sentence. Write P on the blank beside the goal that would be affected if you become a parent within a year and N beside those which would not be affected. Add up all your P and N and record the totals on the space provided.
* Complete the following sentences with those...