1.Dream goal (long term)—what is your long-term dream goal?  
    What is possible in the long term if you stretch all your limits? 

2.Dream goal (this year)—what is your dream goal for this year?  
    What is possible if all your limits are stretched this year? 

3.Realistic performance goal (this year)—What do you feel is 
    a realistic performance goal that you can achieve this year 
   (based on your present skill level, your potential for
   improvement and your current motivation)? 

4.Goal of self-acceptance—Can you make a commitment to 
    accept yourself and to learn from the experience, regardless 
   of weather you achieve your ultimate performance goal for the year? 

5.If you do not meet your desired performance goal, to what
    extent will you still be able to accept yourself as a worthy
    human? (enter  response)

   Complete  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  Complete and Full
   Rejection                                            Self Acceptance

6.Can you set an on-site goal of best effort (giving everything
    you have that day) and be satisfied with 
   achieving that single goal? 

7.Focused psychological goal (this year)---What do you 
   feel is an important goal for you to focus on this year in 
   terms of psychological preparation or mental control?  
   Some examples are a specific goal related to psychological readiness for the event: focus control within 
   the event, distraction control, confidence, coping with hassles and setbacks, and improving 
   interpersonal  harmony and relationships. 

8.Daily goal—(a) Set a personal goal for tomorrow’s training session.
    Write down one thing you would like to do, accomplish, or approach 
   with a specific focus or intensity. (b) Can you set a personal goal before 
   going to each training session this year? 

9.What do you think you or others could do to increase the 
   harmony among team members this year? 

Goal Setting

There are three types of goals: Outcome goals, performance goals, and process goals. Separating goals helps organize your thought process and allows you to focus on what you want to accomplish. An Outcome Goal is a goal that isn’t under your control. It’s the big picture. For example: Being the most dominant runner in the race. Performance Goals are what you are trying to achieve. They are the building blocks that help you reach your outcome goal.  With the help of process goals, the performance goals can be reached. Process Goals are completely under your control. They are the small steps you take to get to the performance and outcome goals during each training session or game. 

Ref: April 19, 2012yscsportsmentaledge
Please answer the following questions
The Ultimate Judgment of Progress is:
Measurable results in reasonable time.