I am thankful to be part of two-day Leadership Boot Camp held at Hotel Stotensberg, Pampanga; it was indeed a well spent weekend! Aside from meeting new friends, I was able to develop myself from Aurika version 1.0 to version 2.0. lol.
Below are some of the things that we did during the boot camp:
- Grouped by age then had super fun activities that taught us how to be a good leader and to be a good player as well.
- Speakers were successful people that inspired us by sharing their success stories.
- Spiritually taught us to put God first before anything else.
- Lunch -> Dinner -> Breakfast -> lunch. All were buffet!
- And my favorite part, writing our short and long-term goals in S.M.A.R.T. way.
Do you already have a dream board? If none, I suggest that you create one because it will help you to focus on your dreams. Sounds good, right? Because it is! After boot camp, it made me realize how important dream board is. 🙂
#Bonus: How to create Dream Board using SMART criteria:
S – Specific
State exactly what you want to achieve. To set a specific goal, you must answer the six “W” questions because having a specific goal makes it easier to achieve than general goals.
M – Measurable
Establish a concrete criteria to measure if you are on track or near to reaching your goal.
Dream big and aim for the stars! Determine the steps and skills that you need to reach it.
R – Relevant
Is it achievable and realistic? You are the only one who can decide how high your goal should be. A higher goal could mean a higher motivation and effort you must exert.
T – Time
Set a target date. A goal should have a time-frame to focus on when you want to accomplish it.
SMART goal example:
To own a P985K worth Red Ford Ecosport by December 1, 2016 through selling my paintings.
Goal setting is an essential tool to be successful. Review your goals and make adjustments if necessary.
If you are interested to join in next boot camp, feel free to message me for other details. 🙂