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BECOME A CHANGE MAKER
"If you think you are too small to make a difference,
try sleeping in a room with a mosquito. "
An old African proverb says:
Whether it's raising awareness, breaking stereotypes, recording a video
or to collect money to take part in an action,
the time has finally come to set your goal!
However, how do you set a goal that you really can achieve?
The answer is as simple as a meaningful acronym:
your goal should be
In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.
(isn’t it ?)
Specific: Defined precisely as to what needs to be done, by whom and how
Measurable: Whose quantity and quality must be able to be precisely assessed
Acceptable: Achievable and accepted
Realistic: Possible and sufficiently motivating
Timed: Defined and delimited in time
Question: is this lens smart?
Help 20 students from our school
understand the causes of migration from Syria
and 30% of them participate in an action to support migrants within 3 months.
See your goal as a process that one day will lead to the solution.
Finding a balance between idealism (what do we want to achieve?)
and realism (what are our concrete possibilities?).
As Roosevelt said:
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. "
The essential requirement to take the next step is to have a SMART goal.
To make sure that your goal is well formulated, try to check not only the five requirements,
but also their extended meaning or synonyms.
and also simple, sensitive, meaningful.
and also meaningful, motivating.
A - Achievable
and also agreed.
R - Relevant
and also reasonable, realistic, resourced.
and also, time based, on time, on time, time sensitive.
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