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The Importance of Writing Personal Goals Every Week
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This is a good starting place for somebody starting out making goals, like myself. I know I should make some but somehow a "fear of doing it wrong" stops me. This is doable.
Thank You for the great information.
I like the worksheet. I have a really hard time setting goals. It kind of gives me anxiety. I have a hard time making them not too easy but not too hard.
Never thought about my goals on a daily or weekly basis (other than the occasional "TODAY I will not overeat!"). I am grateful to the author for sharing his worksheets and think I'll give them a try.
So important and love the 4 sheets! Small goals add up in the long run. Just need to be reasonable and start them.
Thank you. Interesting article
I am a planer, but this is too much like micromanaging your time. There are things you should be able to do without writing them down, like eating your 5-6 veggies a day, drinking 8 cups of water. I only write big plans down
It sounds like a good plan--but-----
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