Setting Goals is like setting an agenda …an agenda for improving

For example, you have 3 issues or key focus points that you want to get through. Setting an agenda, gives you a reason for doing each one and it allows you to go back and evaluate how well you did relative to each point. It is your self-accountability.

It creates a process that you try and achieve. It is important to also rate yourself on how well you achieved these points. You’ll rate yours with stars and an evaluation after each practice session.

You’ll reiterate your 3 long term goals with each practice session and create 1 primary focus for that particular session. After the session, you’ll rate how you did, list questions that you have, and state possible reasons why one key point was better than another. Always make sure that your goals complement your long term goal to stay on track.

Download Me: Goal Setting & How We Learn