Describe one academic goal that you have created using the SMART criteria. How do SMART criteria contribute to your academic goals?
One goal I have created is to continue to attain the highest points possible each week in college.
SMART criteria contribute to my academic goal by helping me identify what I need to focus on to
complete this goal. By concentrating on how to set my goal to the guidelines of SMART (Specific,
Measureable, Attainable, Realist, and Timely) I am able to set reasonable steps to complete this
goal within the timeframe specified.
Describe one professional/career goal you have created using the SMART criteria and Career Plan Building Activities results. How did the results of the Career Interest Profiler and Career Plan Building Activity on Competencies contribute to your professional goal development?
Using the SMART criteria I have set a goal to research jobs I am interested in pertaining to the IT
field and find out which certifications I will need on top of my degree to help me attain that edge
over other prospective candidates.
The results from my Career Interest Profiler and Career Plan Building Activity on Competencies
reaffirmed my choices on the career I have chosen. As the other career fields I have been
interested in were also on the profiler I feel like I am in connection with my competencies and am
pursuing a career that I will not only excel at, but be happy with.
Describe the stress and time-management strategies you have learned this week that will help you achieve your goals.
Of the stress and time management strategies I have learned this week I feel that overcoming
procrastination will aid me the most. There are times when the list of things I need to accomplish
by the end of the week seems quite daunting, and sometimes I feel procrastinating tendencies.
The ultimate cure for this is for me to stop making excuses and...
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