Yes. Goals are very personal. The number of goals you have at a time depend on longevity of the goals, the difficulty rating, and the resources (including time) you have, and THEN it's all dependent on what YOU can handle.
I have a few "goals" that I do not have set times for because I do not want to work on them right now. These are to do a backbend, the splits, and handstands. These are goals, but not goals I am specifically working towards yet, just things I want to do some time.
In comparison, I have bigger term goals- goals for the end of the year. I want to drop my body fat to 19% MAXIMUM on every body fat test I take online (circumference method). That's my only BIG 2013 goal.
My smaller goals are monthly. I don't do well with weekly goals anymore- they're too short to form a real motivation for me. They're things like earn x sparkpoints, go to the gym x times, lose x lbs, track food x days... I'll have 5 or so goals that way, but they tie together. Going the gym and tracking food earns me sparkpoints and contribute to the weight loss!
"One step in the right direction won't change the world, but it's a start. Someone's got to see the good in everything." -- Said the Whale, Banks of the English Bay
"Everything that you believe is everything you need right now." -- David Lanz, Whispered in Signs
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