“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Henry David Thoreau
Basically, I am one that likes to keep things semi-organized, even my goals. By writing things down it becomes embedded in my memory. It also makes it a documented want or dream. I have been using this Goals Calendar lately to help make my dreams come true.
This calendar is broken down quite nicely. It gives you some areas of focus. It gives ideas for family and loved ones, personal growth, and career and business growth/opportunities. Something for everyone.
They give you a spot for goal notes and a place for actions. I love when planners give lots of writing space. I have a lot floating in my head so getting those thoughts out on paper is very useful for me.
I also love how you can break things down into priority. When things are jumbled in your head you can often think that they are all important, but when tasked with giving something importance over another you can often be surprised at what actually takes importance in your life.
Calendars in general are helpful. I use at least 3 in my daily life. One is for my son’s schedule, one is for my blog’s schedule and one is for doctors appointments. I now have a great one for goals and what steps I am taking to achieve them!
Notes and reflection are important, too. You can clearly see what steps you took and what the outcomes were.
There are even places to store your usernames and passwords.
You can find this calendar on Amazon.com! I recommend it. Very useful and I only showed you SOME of what it has to offer!
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