A few weeks back I posted about some resources I planned to use for the new year to help with goal setting and implementation for 2016. I am pretty much obsessed with said resources and am feeling super pumped about this year’s goals. Using my trusty Emily Ley Dapperdesk planner and Lara Casey’s Powersheets, I’ve been able to set some meaningful goals for the year.
Side Note:If you’ve never used Powersheets, I highly recommend them. They have helped me reflect on the past year and also think about what is truly important as I worked to set goals for 2016.
I promised I’d share my goals, so… here you go:
So that’s it! As I’ve written these down in my Powersheets, I’ve also set up some specific action plans for each of them to help make them actually happen. Oh, and I stole this motto for myself this year from Emily Ley: “grace not perfection”. I hope that I will be able to accomplish many of these goals, but if I don’t, that’s okay too.
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