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Changing Behavior Chapter 2
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Behavior change TOPICS TO BE COVERED……… SMART Goals Self Efficacy Willpower The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change Learning theories
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The Numbers 88% of American make New Year’s resolutions. 60% of the resolutions are health related. 50% of Americans begin an exercise program but quit within the first 6 months. Only 10% keep their resolutions.
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Reasons for failed goals Vague goals Unrealistic goals Lack of planning Lack of understanding of what we want.
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Setting goals SMART GOALS Specific Measurable Achievable Reward Time
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Specific goals Define your goal. The goal should be specific. Not vague Date important. Example……………………………………………… ……..
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Measurable goal Criteria for measuring progress should be defined. Measurable by a date or a specific unit.
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