Activity – Authoring Our Objectives
There is not necessarily a right or wrong approach to choosing objectives. The key to choosing objectives in ways that are best for you is to “look back” and examine the approach you took the last time one of your objectives was successful, comparing it to a time when one wasn’t. Did your approach to setting that objective play a role in its ultimate success or failure?
Reflect on your experience in the activity below.
Reflection is critical to learning. It taps into our Spiritual Intelligence, an inner awareness below the level of consciousness. It triggers emotions which act as cognitive markers to facilitate memory. The science shows these activities will increase both memory and understanding, so we recommend that you truly invest in them.