A Quick and Easy Guide for Goal Writing
As 2010 comes to a close tomorrow and 2011 approaches, I think it is important to set goals for 2011! I am making a conscious effort to really take the time to write down my goals for 2011 and create a program that will be easy for me to really see achievements in my life. In previous years, I wrote down my goals in a book and then never really went back to look at them, although I may have achieved many I did not track them. I am a visual learner and that is why I created this quick and easy guide below for goal writing, so I thought I would share it with all of my readers.
In addition I want to take the time to thank all of my Twitter followers, Facebook Fans, anyone who reads my blog and views my website. All of your emails, comments, Twitter retweets & mentions, Facebook comments and any support that you have provided this year, it means so much to me! I started this website and blog back in September of this year and I really had no idea what kind of doors that it would open. The networking, new friends, students and professionals that I have connected with over the past 3 months has truly been phenomenal!
Special Thanks to Speech Language Pathologist and Accent Reduction Specialist, Lisa Scott (Founder of Accentuate Communication) for providing some feedback regarding having "monthly interviews with Speech Language Pathologists in various settings, so that students can see how the classroom information that they are learning translates into a real world job." So if you or anyone you know is a Speech Language Pathologist and is interested in being interviewed, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or let me know in the comments box.
Thank you again for your support in 2010 and looking forward to more networking, new opportunities and whatever 2011 has in store. Wishing each of you a prosperous New Year! Be sure to tell a friend about futureslps.com!
4/18/2012 07:47:34 pm
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