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Today, I am so excited to share five of my favorite goal setting tools. These are what help me stay organized and focused on all the different parts of my life. As I have shared before, I am passionate about setting goals. The key with goals is always to have an action plan. Without action, the goals will never gain any traction. Each of these goal setting tools, help me put my goals into movement. Ready to check them out?!
5 Goal Setting Tools
Intentional Goal Setting Sheets
Last year I asked for a goal planner and while it was absolutely beautiful, it did not fit my personality well. Over the course of the year, I realized I needed a place to record my yearly and monthly goals, and that was it. I did not want a daily checklist or anything else. So, I created the Intentional Goal Setting Sheets. With these, you can brainstorm for the year, set your yearly goals, and then move forward into putting them into action for every month. If you want a copy, make sure to grab your copy here!
Blog Planning Sheet
As much as I love using Asana to help with my daily blogging tasks, I also love having a place to map out the month and write all of my little notes for blogging. After trying a few different things, I decided to map out a monthly blog planning sheet. It is so simple, because I thrive with simplicity.
Where would I be without my clipboard?! This holds my Intentional Goal Planning sheets along with my blogging sheet. All I use is a plan brown clipboard from the Dollar Store.
This past year, I started using a Semikolon Notebook. I love this notebook because it has three sections- one has lined, one has graph, and one has blank paper. This notebook holds my ideas for our home, blog ideas and notes from blogging classes, and other random lists.
Confession, I am obsessed with planners. I just adore them. A couple years ago I started using The Simplified Planner and just love it. Emily Ley, the designer, is someone I greatly admire so I love anything that she puts together. I use the daily version as I have space to make a daily to do list and write in important times. I love the monthly spread where I can hold all of our family dates.
These five goal setting tools are what help me gain traction with the goals I set out. What about you? Do you have any helpful tools? I would love to hear about them in the comments below!
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