Submitted by Julia Burns on Fri, 03/09/2018 - 2:30am
Date of meeting:
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Did you succeed in achieving your action steps since the last meeting? If yes, please state which action steps you were able to complete. If no, please explain the challenges that you experienced. (If first meeting, write ‘first meeting’ here.):
Please state your goal using the SMART Method: Specific: Avoid generalities! Your goal should have specific details so you know what you are achieving. Measurable: Make sure you have solid criteria for establishing your progress toward your goal. Achievable: It doesn’t have to be simple or easy, but it should be possible. Rewarding: Your goal must be something that is meaningful and worthwhile. Timely: Having specific dates for beginning to finishing goals keeps you on track Example: “My goal is to receive a Sports Internship by May 1st”:
My goal is to have composed a continuous piece of music that is at least three minutes long by the end of May.
Please list the actions steps you will take to achieve your goals stated above. These are action steps that will be completed by next meeting. Example: “1. Finish my resume. 2. Talk with my advisor. 3. Submit a sports internship application at two institutions.”:
1. Actually change my major... 2. Decide what program to use (because this will determine what kind of music it is)
How have the Society speakers or SNT meetings helped you achieve your goals or changed your life?:
Well, they helped me actually set the goal, so that's a pretty good start for the first meeting.
Friday, March 9, 2018 - 10:24am
Hi, My name is George and I am an SNT Coach from the National Office. I will be assisting your chapter with SNT reviews, and it is a pleasure to work with you! Congrats on taking the initiative to attend your first SNT meeting! You just took a very important step to your future, and you did an outstanding job on setting S.M.A.R.T. goals and specific action steps. I am looking forward to seeing your progress over the coming weeks! Best of luck to you, George