There are many different ways that you can set goals. No ONE way works for everyone. Even once someone has found a goal-setting process that works for them, they may realize that the process may change depending on the goal. Not every goal is the same.
Some more complicated goals may need a more elaborate approach with multiple action steps and due dates for each step. Some goals are better with the approach of setting a daily habit and deciding not to break the chain of doing the action every single day.
Regardless of the approach, one of the most important steps includes writing the goal down and tracking the progress. The statistics vary on that actual percentage, but it’s found that when writing down a goal the success rate of achieving the goal is much higher.
I created this (free!) workbook for you. It’s not an elaborate system of goal-setting or habit creating.
It’s a set of simple worksheets to give you a place to brainstorm and record your goals, write down your action steps, include your goals in your daily schedule, and track your daily habits.
I will also share a few tips. I will keep the reading to a minimum because I don’t want you to get hung up on reading. I want you to just get started! Write down your goals on the included worksheets and track your progress.
The worksheets included in this guide:
- First Steps: Goal / Habit Brainstorming
- Daily Schedule with Goal Focus
- Goals & Action Steps – Write down action steps and deadlines for every goal.
- Habit Tracker – Make big changes by creating daily habits. Need ideas for daily habits?
- Tips & Other Resources
Subscribe below to receive the printable worksheets to help you succeed with your goals.
Do you need a more in-depth process for goal-setting?
Check out Make Over Your Year (by Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom)
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