Dare to be free! Part 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4

As the year progresses, include comments or notes on original goals

(Remember you should have included space for notes where the original goals were written.)

Update when there has been a significant advance; when the goal has been accomplished or if the goal is put on the back burner.

At this point, you may want to consider having a Master Goal Sheet, especially if your journal is used to also record other things. I have put my Master Goal Sheet in an online journal. I use Google Drive Document, but there are some other great websites.

What do you use to plan out your goals? What works for you?

Planning Goals Part 3 of 4

 

Part 3 of 4

I am a strong believer in the audio, visual and tactile methods of learning; and all these methods can be applied to goal setting.

Most people do better with physically writing out their goals. Most goals will need to be evaluated periodically to keep them on track.

At these check-ins, you can look for what is not working and correct it or, if needed, make the decision to put it on the back burner, which is a completely acceptable decision.

Are you working on your goals for next year yet?

Life is better with goals Part 2 0f 4

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When I started a review process, it did indeed become apparent that I was advancing. I was now able to determine whether a goal needed to be tweaked, completely changed, or deleted. When I write down the original goal, I leave room to rewrite or add notes.

I know of people who use an online journal. I am incorporating both an online and a paper journal into my goal setting. Of course, you need to figure out what works best for you!

Life is better with goals! Part 1 of 1

Goal Setting part 1 of 4~

January 2019, I was ready to start on my 4th year in business. As I began trying to write goals, I found that I needed to know the results of my first three year’s goals. Unsure if I had accomplished any of them because I wasn’t checking regularly with my set plan, I had to ask myself whether I was on-track overall. Had any of my goals fallen to the wayside, and was that acceptable to me? Or did I need to modify any of the goals?

How far do you plan out your goals?

Do you set goals?