Do you have big goals and dreams, but just don't know where to start to achieve them?
Have you ever spent your time daydreaming about something super awesome you want to do or accomplish?
You know it’s within the realm of possibility. You KNOW you can do it (I know you can do it, too)!
But where do you start? What’s all involved in reaching the goal? I mean, you can just wake up tomorrow and decide to go for it, right?
Well, yes, you can do that. But will you reach the goal?
Maybe. Maybe not.
After all, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail,” said Benjamin Franklin.
And, my favorite, “A goal without a plan is just a wish,” according to Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
HOW do you figure it all out, AND make sure you follow through?
HOW do you make a plan for your goals?
I’ve got you covered.
The Goal Planner Workbook To Help You Crush Your Goals
It’s no secret to those who know me that I’m a planner. I’m obsessed with planning things, and my goals are no different.
I’ve taken the same format I do goal planning, and converted it from my scrap paper ramblings and made it into these fun goal setting workbook printables for you to use during your goal planning sessions!
They’re so much better than what I was doing before!
Goal setting doesn’t have to be hard. It should be fun! It should be a place where you can dream big AND plan big!
So what are you waiting for? Check out the Goal Planner Workbook now!
What’s included in he Goal SETTING Workbook
There are 38 pages of printable goal setting worksheets to help you crush your goals.
They’re 8.5 x 11″ printable pages, perfect to print out and put in a binder!
(more page sizes coming soon!)
Goal Mapping (2 pages)
This is where you can put your goals into different categories. There are two versions of this.
The first includes these pre-filled categories: Work/Education, Financial, Personal, Health, Social and Spiritual.
The second is blank, so you can adjust the categories as you like!
Goal Road Map (2 pages)
Put your main goal at the top, the large tasks associated with it, and then use the to-do list to break down those tasks even further! There are also two versions of this, to accommodate for smaller and larger goals!
Brainstorm page (1 page)
A simple lined page to, well, brainstorm! Sometimes just getting things out of your mind and onto paper can really help you form good goals and actions!
Action Plan (1 page)
Another great way to map out a goal! This sheet has a spot for you to write in your WHY – which is extremely important to staying motivated!
It also has a task breakdown, and the option to put a deadline. Giving yourself a specific time can really help to reach your goal! And finally, there is a spot to write in what you need to accomplish your goal.
Overview (2 pages)
With prefilled categories (and a blank sheet to make your own), you can write an overview of your goals in each category.
This Year (2 pages)
Map out your goals for each month, or break down a big yearly goal into different tasks for each month!
Monthly, Version 1 (13 pages)
Each month has its own sheet where you can write the goal for each month, your why, the things you need to do, your monthly mantra, and a habit tracker!
Monthly, Version 2 (13 pages)
Each month has its own sheet where you can fill out three different goals, the tasks you need to do to complete them, and a habit tracker.
Monthly Reflection (1 page)
Fill out this sheet at the end of each month so you can assess how you did and how you feel, and if there’s anything you want to do differently next month!
Weekly (1 page)
A simple weekly layout with space to write your goal and break it down throughout the week!
Why use a goal setting planner?
I used to do the whole scrap paper method of writing down my goals and then letting them branch off into other things. Or, sometimes I’d grab a notebook and do this. Those are actually what inspired me to make this planner!
The issue with the scrap paper / notebook method is oftentimes those aren’t dedicated to just your goals. If that’s the case, then you are looking at a good chance of misplacing the hard work you did goal planning!
So, using a goal planner keeps all your goals in one place, along with all your write ups about them AND serves as inspiration (both for working toward the goals, and creating new ones).
Goal planning doesn’t have to be difficult.
Goal planning doesn’t have to be stressful either. It should be fun, inspiring, and motivational! It should energize you!
Think of it as your Goal Setting Master Plan Workbook
Because I know you have amazing goals, and I know your life master plan is the stuff dreams are made of. And you deserve to reach every single one of those dreams!
Included in your goal setting workbook pdf is:
38 printable goal planning templates, to use as you’d like, in any combination you’d like. They’re 8.5 x 11” (more sizes coming soon!)
Introduction pages, that provides a short overview of the workbook, along with a description of each page inside – so you’ll know exactly where you want to look first!
Goal Planning Road Map, because before we had smartphones and GPS, we used literal road maps to get places…so until Siri or Alexa can plan our goals for us, we’re doing it road map style.
Brainstorm page, so you can get all your thoughts on paper and keep it in your goal planner (hint: I like to put these in a binder!)
Action plan, like we said earlier, a goal without a plan is just a wish! This action plan will help you put your plan into action!
Yearly Overview sheets so you can map out one goal over the course of a year, separate goals each month, or write them down by category. I like to use this as a quick reference!
Monthly goal planning pages where you can break down your monthly goals into actionable tasks and habits!
Monthly reflection to help you look back on the previous month and decide if you’d like to make adjustments next month!
Weekly planning page, for when you’re ready to have a kick butt kind of week, and looking to schedule in your goal tasks with your everyday obligations.
Goal Setting printable workbook
When reaching your goals feels impossible, sometimes you just need to take a moment, breathe, and make a plan. When you break everything down into smaller goals and tasks, you start believing again that you CAN do this.
Check out the Goal Planner Workbook today, and get your goals on track while getting excited about them again!