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Free Printable Goal Chart (Easily Track Every Step)

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Plan your goals from start to finish with this printable goal chart. Track the steps you need to take, the issues, and how you overcome them. It’s a great goal planner that makes it easy to accomplish everything you want, one step at a time.

Note: This printout is one of over 100 free printouts that make home life easier…

What is a goal chart?

A goal chart is where you keep track of the goals you want to achieve, why you want to achieve them, and the steps you need to take to reach them.

If your goal has a deadline, you can add a date (ideal, because you’re more likely to hit your goal). Also, it’s always a good idea to check for hurdles you may encounter along the way (such as lack of appointments). time, lack of motivation, etc…), you can also plan how to deal with them.

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You can make this free printable goal planner template yours today.

It’s part of the Free Printables Library available to all OMH subscribers, just click the button below and sign up to access.

Note: This template is available as a PDF template in both A4 and letter sizes.nevertheless 80gsm paper Sufficient for most daily use. We recommend printing on at least 100gsm paper for best results. 120gsm When displaying printable. You can also use colored paper for a more personalized style (I love using it) brown paper!).

How to use the goal chart

Step 1: Identify Your Goals

Before you start building your goal chart, clearly identify the goals you want to achieve.

Ideally, they should be prioritized so that they can be selected one at a time. That way, you can focus more and get things done. Then you can move to:

Step 2: Break down each goal into individual tasks

Once you have identified a specific goal, break it down into individual tasks.

Smaller tasks are easier to fit into your regular schedule and more likely to be completed, so you won’t find it difficult to reach your goals this way.

Step 3: Set a deadline

Finally, set realistic deadlines for each step in your goal chart to keep you on track and accountable.

A good way to do this is to work backwards from the date you want to reach your goal.

Step 4: Hold yourself accountable

You now have to actually reach your goal!

Ideally, your goal chart should be hung where you can see it every day.

Check in every weekend to make sure you’re on track for completion. Setting a deadline is useless if you can’t meet it. The sooner you identify it, the better.

Quote - Set your goals high and don't stop until you get there
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Grab your copy of this goal planner template today and start doing what’s important to you.

Your future self is already grateful that you started…

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