Thirty-One Days of Goal Setting – Day 31

Happy New Year’s Eve! I’m so glad that you’ve come along with this journal of goal-setting with me. I hope these exercises have helped you determine meaningful and exciting goals for the new year ahead.

The final prompt for our 31 Days of Goal-Setting will either be wildly exciting (if you’re a nerd like me) or tedious but necessary: Write it down, schedule it out, and build in regular reminders and review points.

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Thirty-One Days of Goal Setting – Day 28

We’re getting closer to having finished our 31 Days of Goal-Setting! We’ve set our purpose and life goals, a five-year plan, our New Year’s resolutions, and our three-month milestones. Today we’re planning the final step needed to achieve our goals. The prompt is: Brainstorm – what do you need to do on a daily or weekly basis to make your three month plan work?

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Thirty-One Days of Goal Setting – Day 25

Merry Christmas to those who celebrate it! Today’s question from 31 Days of Goal-Setting is, Finalize your New Year’s Goals for 2016. How well do they relate to your five-year plan, as well as to who you want to be and your lifetime dreams?

If you brainstormed thoroughly yesterday, this should be a pretty easy day. Wordsmith your milestones for the next year, consolidate duplicates, do a final check to make sure everything lines up with your five-year plan (which in turn lines up with your overall goals about what you want to achieve and who you want to be).

Look at that! You have your goals for 2016, also known as your New Year’s Resolutions. But the month isn’t over yet; we’ll be back tomorrow to break these goals down a little further still.

Thirty-One Days of Goal Setting – Day 22

We’ve reached Part Four, the final section of our 31 Days of Goal-Setting challenge! This section is all about getting into the nitty-gritty of our plans. But remember, it will all be based on what we’ve figured out about what we want to do in our lifetimes and who we want to be.

Today’s question is: Brainstorm – where do you want to be in five years? What do you want to have accomplished?

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