MAKING WELLBEING PRACTICAL
1. Decide what your top priority goal is. (It could be to do with school work; relationships, extracurricular, etc.) You may like to use your Target from last session's T.O.P. practice.
2. Next, make your goal password-ready. Be creative. Use shorthand, abbreviations, numbers. For example, if you want to achieve certain grades (3As and 2Bs in Semester 1), it could be 3A2Bsem1; or if you want to run 4km in 19 minutes (at the cross-country carnival this year), the password goal could be 4k19mins. Other examples are: try1newthing2day, Read20mins, 20pushups, 1actofkindness.
3. If you have access to a device, take the time now to change your password. Otherwise, do this later today.
Additional Resource for Setting and Achieving Goals : "Ice Cream Dreams in Magical Mongolia" – A podcast that will inspire your students with the story of Swiss adventurer Sarah Marqui and teach them how to break their goals into smaller steps.