I admit I am not much of a “write it down” type of person. I do pretty much all of my goal-setting and planning online. I even have a goal-setting section on the spreadsheet I use for a lot of blog-related things because I would honestly rather type things out than write them down.
However, I realize I may not be in the majority here. I know many people love keeping planners, calendars, and prefer to write out goals. Some people just need to actually write something down rather than keep it filed away digitally to make it seem “real.”
So with all of this in mind, I’ve done some searching around to find you a list of FREE goal-setting worksheets you can download and print out today to try and get yourself on the right foot with getting organized, staying focused, and reaching your work from home and other goals in 2016.
#1 – Free Printable Goal Worksheet – Just a Girl and Her Blog has a nice free printable goal worksheet that has sections for listing five goals, action steps, and deadlines. You can also list your priorities and words to remember when you feel like giving up.
#2 – Monthly Goal Worksheet – This one is offered by Passion For Savings. Nicely laid out, with a place to write in the month and then list your goals, a deadline for your goals, and a place to check off when your goal has been reached.
#3 – Printable Goal Tracker – This worksheet offered by My Love For Words is laid out a little differently. It’s more like a spreadsheet where you can list your goals for the month down one side and then go across and check off every day that you accomplished it that month.
#4 – The Ultimate Goal Planner – This is from Handmadeology. Unlike the ones I’ve listed above, this is a goal planner with multiple pages to print out. It’s a lot more involved.
#5 – Ready-to-Print Goal Sheet – This goal sheet is available at the Lets-Get-Together blog. I love this one because it has different sections for daily, weekly, monthly, and long-range goals on one sheet.
#6 – Daily Goals Free Printable – This goal sheet is offered by the Neat House, Sweet Home blog. It’s printable sheets for every day and you can write in your goals for each day along with things you don’t need to forget to do.
Want to find even more of these?
Pinterest is a great resource for goal-setting printable worksheets along with other types of printables. Here’s a link to use if you want to do some of your own searching.
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