Goal Setting Worksheets - Choices I Make!
Use our goal setting worksheets to help you identify your goals, dreams, and visions.
What follows is a very simple yet powerful exercise.
(You can print these goal setting worksheets here.)
1. Make a list of 5 to 10 things that you do not like about your life or things that you would like to change.
2. Next, write the opposite of each item on your list.
It is not necessary to limit this third list by what you think is possible.
This list is about what you truly want, not about what is logical or feasible. You should not be concerned with ‘how’ it will happen or what exactly it will look like. You will find that by going after what you truly want, you can make things happen in ways that you never thought possible.
Make sure that all choice statements are positive and written in the affirmative. For example, use words like “health” rather than “not be sick”. Try to make short, simple statements that you can connect to emotionally and read through easily.
Example 2 of Goal Setting Worksheets:
Now draw a line through the things in the first column. You are about to embark in new directions. You may not know exactly what it will look like - but you must feel excited about having all items in the third list.
Now take the third list and make a list of the items. Put the words "I choose" in front of the item.
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See: Personal Goal Examples for some additional help with this exercise.