Most students have dreams about what they want the future to be like. They think about future relationships, jobs, adventures – you name it! That’s one of the great things about working with students; they view life with an excitement of endless possibilities. However, without goals, dreaming is futile. You can sit and dream about the most amazing things you could do, but unless you set goals to help you achieve those dreams, you will never actually experience them. For this reason, goal setting can be one of the most valuable skills you teach your students.
“Goal Setting” will guide students through the process of creating short and long-term goals in several different categories in their lives – personal, spiritual, relational, and leadership. Students will then walk through the skill of making specific actions steps that will help them achieve the goals they set. Goals will only achievable if tangible action steps are created.