January 13, 2022
Setting goals can feel inspiring, fun, and hopeful, right? I enjoy taking time to dream, cast my vision, and reflect on how much I’ve grown. At the same time, starting is the hardest step and can feel overwhelming.
Over the years, I have tried many strategies to set goals for the year. Some help me tap into ideas that I wouldn’t have gotten to on my own, and some are way too complicated and honestly, take too long to do.
This year, I decided to create my own goal-setting worksheets that bring together the best (IMO) parts of the strategies I’ve learned. Of course, I’ve put my own SBG twist on them and made the worksheets super easy on the eye. (This is a major glow up from my 2020 planning worksheet, hehe… take a peak)
If you need a solid plan to accomplish your goals in a fun yet practical way using some really stylish worksheets, then these are it for you.
Use 8.5” X 11” sheets of paper or card stock.
Select pages 2-11 of this PDF document to print. Adjust your print setting to be at the highest quality, scaled at 100%, and borderless (if you have the option).
Print enough copies of page 10 to create a plan of action for each of your yearly goals. Ex: if you have 5 goals, print page 10 five times.
Reprint page 9 quarterly to revise goals.
Reprint page 11 monthly to create a monthly master plan for your yearly goals.
You can also use your Goal Setting Worksheets digitally if you want to save time and paper. You can upload them to a word document, import them to Acrobat, import the jpg to Procreate, or any other app that you can write in digitally.
I personally prefer printing them and writing everything out. Science shows that our brain is positively impacted by writing. Cool, right?!
To download the PDF or JPGs, head on over to The Styld by Grace Art Vault. If you don’t have access to it, no worries, you can access it by becoming a subscriber below: