I started off by using one of the dashboards and adding my word to it. I love how you open up the planner and BAM, there's my word. No forgetting it for me this year.
Next, I set up my twelve monthly calendar spreads. In between the pages I put one of the Webster's Color Crush 'goals' insert pages. I haven't used these as intended before, but am so glad I have a reason for them now. Here you can see my January goals. I decided not to set too many or to make them to hard - I know I won't meet them that way. Setting manageable ones seems the best way for me to actually ACCOMPLISH them. :) So, the goals are written in the middle, then on the top and bottom, I list the steps that I will do to meet them. It's been fun checking things off as I go this month.
Now, I guess I didn't get a clear picture, but you can see parts of the calendar page. On there, I planned when I will do each of the tasks to meet my goals. It's been helping me stay on target and doesn't get lost in my weekly/monthly schedule that can get overwhelming.
That is the main part of my planner. But, what about the rest of it. Well, I created sections for the areas in my life which the goals may be a part of. In these sections, I can make notes, write lists, save phone numbers, etc. The sections are Fitness, Professional, Financial, Home, and Personal.
So far, this system has really worked for me. I'm looking forward to ACCOMPLISHING a lot this year.
Do you have a goal setting system? I'd love to see it. :)
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