Monthly Goals Worksheet | Free Printable (Day 1)
If you want to succeed, goals are essential because they help you to set clear objectives and measure your progress. They can be anything from completing a project on time, to losing weight, saving money, or getting a promotion at work. Setting goals helps us to focus on what we want in life and take the necessary steps to achieve it.
People often set goals for themselves because they want the feeling of accomplishment, but there are other reasons as well:
To find out what they're capable of achieving
To gain clarity on their values and priorities
To know where they are going
To feel more fulfilled in their lives by doing things they love
The key to creating a successful goal is to make it specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound.
Here are 4 strategies for creating killer monthly goals:
Specific: Goals should be written in clear and concise language that outlines the desired outcome.
Measurable: Goals should have a way of assessing whether or not they were achieved.
Achievable: Goals should be realistic considering your current abilities and resources.
Realistic: Goals should be time-bound with an end date in mind.
How to use the Monthly Goals Worksheet
First, you should choose your big goal for the year. In the first section of the worksheet, write out what you want to accomplish this year.
Then, break down that big goal into smaller, more manageable goals that you can work on each month that will bring you closer to reaching your goal.
Finally, write your mini-goals for each month. I suggest doing this in pencil so that you can make adjustments when necessary without having to reprint and rewrite the entire thing every time.
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This worksheet is part of the new Life Planner/Home Management Binder & the Planner Bundle Starter Kit.
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