Goal Setting Questionnaire
Answer the questions below and we will get you set up on the Goal Setting Board
First Name *
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Last Name *
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What is your goal? *
We are looking for ONE goal laid out in ONE sentence that includes a specific and clear "WHAT" and "HOW". (You can set multiple goals and put them on the goal setting board but they need to be added one at a time.) See the board for examples.
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Is your goal specific? *
Your goal should be clear, specific, and measurable. A specific goal could be, "Get a blood pressure reading below 120/80." as opposed to, "I want to be healthier.
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What is the meaning or "why" behind your goal? *
You need to have a detailed "why" behind your goal. A clear meaning helps you follow through by reminding you why it's worth doing when you don't feel like doing it! A good "meaning" would be "I want to be able to play with my grandkids all day without pain!" as opposed to, "I want to feel better."
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Is your goal achievable? *
Is this something that you can control? Do you have access to the time and resources necessary to achieve this goal?Imagine you are a runner and you want to set a goal for your next 5K. An achievable goal would be, "I want to train more consistently and run my fastest 5K time ever." as opposed to, "I want to win my next 5K." which is highly dependent on the times of other runners in the race. Something you can't control.
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Is your goal relevant? *
Is this goal in line with your priorities? Can this goal be broken up into smaller pieces that need to be achieved one at a time? Imagine you're a new CrossFitter that wants to qualify for Regionals but you're a full time student and a single mother who can only train for an hour 3 days a week. If your studies and being a mom are your priorities, a goal like, "get my first unassisted pull-up" would be more relevant.
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What is the timeline of your goal? *
Every goal needs a target date, so that you have a deadline to focus on and something to work toward. This part of the SMART goal criteria helps to prevent everyday tasks from taking priority over your longer-term goals.
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