Monthly Goal Setting Worksheets for 2018

Monthly Goal Setting Worksheets for 2018

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So many of us start the new year with a mental list of goals that we’d like to accomplish. It can be overwhelming planning a whole year, and while I find that that’s great for big-picture planning, it’s also SO important to break the year down into months if you really want to achieve your goals this year! 

For me, monthly goals are FAR MORE reasonable to aspire to than yearly goals. My personal plan is to take it one month at a time, with the idea of adding more goals and forming more habits each month. I can keep up with a month-by-month plan, and this way, I can look back over my year and see how much I’ve accomplished instead of despairing that I failed yet again. 

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TAKE IT ONE MONTH AT A TIME

With this month-by-month plan, it’s OK if you teeter out on a certain “daily goal” that month – you’ll print next month’s Goal Setting Worksheet and get back at it with a fresh start. Who says you have to wait for a new year for a new start?? 

 

FILL OUT YOUR GOALS WORKSHEET WITH PRACTICAL GOALS

When you start filling out your Goal Setting Worksheets, don’t overdo it! It’s great to have a LOT of goals, but think reasonably and remember that you can build off of this first month’s set of goals and habits.

I start my January Goal Setting Worksheet with only about 1/4 of the lines filled out — I want to have a handful of goals that I know I can accomplish and a few good habits that I know I can form in just one month. Then next month, I’ll step it up a bit. Slow and steady wins the race, yes?!

 

DON’T STRESS OVER UNFINISHED GOALS ON YOUR GOALS WORKSHEET

It’s OK to have things to do, places to go, projects to finish, and projects to start on your Goal Setting Worksheet that you just don’t get to this month — next month, transfer the unfinished goals right on over to the new month’s Goal Setting Worksheet and aim for it again! If you end up with a lot of unfinished goals, you’ll know that when you transfer them next month, you can’t add too many more if you expect to get them done. That’s the great thing about having month-by-month goals — you go at your own pace, and if things come up, you’re totally flexible and free of stress!

Good luck! Let’s do this! 😉

 

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