Drive Strength and Your Students

We have all worked hard in our lives to accomplish a certain goal. In order to accomplish important goals in our lives, we need to have the skill of drive strength. Drive strength is the skill of discovering and then harnessing your motivation and energy to reach personal and career goals. This skill is especially important for you to teach your students as they seek to accomplish both academic and personal goals for themselves.

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Everyone is motivated by different things. This is because different people have unique forces that motivate them. In this series, we will look closely at the skill of drive strength. We will teach you to help your students set and prioritize their goals and then use motivation to achieve these goals.                     

Here are the topics we will cover in this series to teach drive strength to your students:

  1. Increasing Motivation

  2. Goal Setting

  3. 7 Rules for Goal Setting

  4. Tools for Setting and Achieving Goals

  5. Break up Goals into Different Categories

  6. Overcoming Conflicts

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By |2018-10-29T10:45:55+00:00October 29th, 2018|Emotional Intelligence, Life Skills, SEL, Soft Skills|0 Comments

About the Author:

Terry Schmitz is the founder and owner of The Conover Company. Terry has been involved in the development of assessments for both education and corporations for over 30 years. He has developed hundreds of job-specific assessment systems that link to skill building systems.

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