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Goal setting and goal striving
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1) Analyze differences between goal setting and goal striving.

2) Analyze factors influencing goal setting.

3) A brief description of a recent goal you set for yourself.

4) Consider all the steps you took in setting that goal and consider how this process might differ from goal striving.

5) Describe two factors which influenced your decision to set the goal and explain how.

6) Explain three ways goal setting differs from goal striving.




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