Goals Why Do We Set Goals? To set

Goals Why Do We Set Goals?  To set

Goals Why Do We Set Goals? To set a standard to reach and strive for. To develop a picture of what success looks like. To give ourselves a measuring stick with which we can measure our success. To help determine when and where we are falling behind and need to give greater effort and work. Nebraska Membership History Nebraska Membership Statistics 2008 - 2019 1200 1073 1005

1000 987 800 931 838 899 884 903 921 829 789

600 400 323 202 200 0 2008 426 425 359 279

359 323 2009 2010 330 231 187 2011 361 2012

Suspensions & Withdrawals 266 184 2013 2014 399 229 2015 Deaths & Transfers

469 451 369 168 2016 215 242 208 106 102

2017 New Member Intake 2018 2019 Nebraska Intake Progress by Month Nebraska State Goals Membership Intake: 1,000 Net Membership: 700 Net / Net: 350 New Council Development: 2 New Councils Round Tables: 65 Round Tables

Star Councils: 42 (One Star Council per District) 1st Degrees: 300 (At least 1 per District per Month) Major Degrees: At least 1 per District Nebraska State Goal Progress Membership Intake: 253 Net Membership: 151 Net / Net: 2

New Council Development: 0 Established; 3 Explored Round Tables: 32 Star Councils: TBD Major Degrees: 28 Scheduled 19 Districts with none Council Progress Councils achieving Membership Quota: 1 Councils with 50% of Membership Quota: 13 Councils with Positive Membership Growth: 59 Councils with Zero Recruits: 109 Councils with Negative Membership Growth: 19

Councils suspending 10 or more Members this year: 3 NEBRASKAS MAGIC NUMBER for First Degree Ceremonials scheduling! Membership Recruitment Goal: Need 686 Jurisdiction Average per Degree: 3.3 First Degrees Needed: 207 (Goal divided by Avg.) Degrees needed by Council: 1.2 degrees (per 174 Councils) Degrees needed per month: 30 / month (7 mos.) Every Council and Every District Active and Held Accountable

NEBRASKAS MAGIC NUMBER for First Degree Ceremonials scheduling! Degrees needed per District: 5 / District (per 42 Districts) Which is: 1 Degree per Mo. per District Degrees needed by Council: 1.2 degrees (per 174 Councils) Every Council and Every District Active and Held Accountable Did you set goals for your District? Reach your District Membership Quota?

Achieve Star District? All-Star District? At least one council achieve ICC Gold? All Councils Achieve ICC Bronze or higher? What are your Councils Goals? Achieve Star Council? Double or Triple Star? Achieve ICC Gold Recognition? Silver or Bronze? Earn the Columbian Award for their Programs? Finish the Year with Positive Membership Growth? Not be noticed by the State Officers? Setting S.M.A.R.T Goals Specific Measurable

Smart Goals Achievable Realistic Time Sensitive Without goals, our path has no destination Leadership in Goal Setting Use your District Meetings as annual planning and goal setting meetings. Help your councils establish realistic goals for membership intake, programs, donations, etc. Use your DD Report to each council to remind

them of their priorities. Know and evaluate Star Council and ICC Progress of each of your councils. Positive Attitude Our lives are not determined by what happens to us, but by how we react to what happens; not by what life brings to us, but by the attitude we bring to life. A Positive Attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. Its a catalyst a spark that can create extraordinary results.

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