06 Jan Setting Goals
Need some help getting started with goal setting and New Year’s resolutions? Here’s a quick worksheet that will help you hash out a plan, so you’re more likely to stick to your goals, and feel accomplished once 2021 rolls around. This worksheet encourages you to think about prep work you’ll need to do to meet you goal, important people who can help you stick to you goal, and daily, weekly and monthly actions you can take to make sure you stay on track to meet your goal.
If you’re looking for additional help, we’d highly encourage you to make this a point of conversation with your counselor during your next visit. Having someone on your side, who’s aware of your ambitions, can give you an added boost that pushes you closer to your goals.
Be kind to yourself as you work towards change. Sometimes it comes in busts, sometimes it comes very slowly–the important thing to remember is to persevere. You are exactly where you need to be on your journey.
Debra M McKinnonPosted at 12:46h, 06 January
Great information, Thank you, however, it needs to be updated to 2022.
Stanton MagidPosted at 11:30h, 20 January
Great worksheet, I think in the last paragraph above you meant Bursts not Busts but the meaning is clear.