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Section 1 Goal Decision Making Process The first step in creating this final motivation plan was to choose a goal or purpose for change in my life The process I went through for choosing this goal is the topic of this first section As a class we were asked to consider a broad range of goals or areas that we would like to see changed We were given a worksheet that asked us to generate about eight candidate goals that would eventually be narrowed down into one I generated a list of about eight goals for myself Each of my candidate goals were then classified into various categories such as Important to Others Important to Me Likely Immediate or any other category that I could create After I was satisfied with my list of goals I discussed with one of my classmates a few of my goals and which goal I would probably use as the focus of the remainder of this EDP 310 module After this discussion with my peer it was time for me to finalize my decision about which goal I would choose I consider ed goals from every category and decided to choose one from the Immediate category These goals need to be accomplished before other goals are achieved I felt that this was a very important category for me it would act as a stepping-stone if I wished to attain some other related goals in the future Originally my goal was to get into medical school However I chose the more immediate goal of getting an A in all of my classes this semester I decided that in order to reach the more distant goal of a medical school acceptance motivating myself to earn a 40 grade point average GPA this semester should be an important first step The next step as discussed in the next section was to write my goal in a clear and specific manner Section 2
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