This free weekly goals printable has space for all the daily objectives you want to achieve. This template gives you space for more than one goal a day, or a main goal and steps to take to get it done. The choice is yours!
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What Is A Weekly Goal Planner?
A weekly goal planner is basically a way to plan out your goals and tasks for the week ahead.
It typically includes space for writing down your goals, and breaking them down into smaller tasks so you can schedule those tasks throughout the week.
Using a weekly goal printable sheet can be helpful for a few reasons:
First of all, it can help you stay on track with your goals, so you don’t lose sight of what you’re working towards.
Secondly, by breaking down your goals into smaller tasks, you can make progress towards them every day, which can be really motivating.
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Note: This template is available in both A4 and Letter sizes, as a pdf template. Although 80gsm paper is adequate for most day to day uses, I recommend printing on paper that’s at least 100gsm for the best results, and 120gsm if displaying the printable. You could also use coloured paper for a more personalised style (I love using brown paper!).
How To Use A Weekly Goal Planner
Using a weekly goal planner printable can be a great way to stay focused on your goals – both long term and short term.
Here are some steps to help you make the most of it:
STEP 1 – Write Down Your Goals
Start by identifying your goals for the week. Look at your longer term goals, and also think about the things you want to have accomplished by the end of the week.
Ideally you want to put any timely goals on the right day, and then split the rest up over the week so you either have a similar amount each day, or you work out what days you can do more (or less) on.
STEP 2 – Prioritise The Goals
Once you’ve identified your goals, prioritise them based on their importance and urgency. This will help you focus on the most critical tasks first.
You could highlight the most important ones on the printable – so you know where you need to focus first if you run out of time, for example.
STEP 3 – Break Down Your Goals Into Tasks
For each goal, break it down into smaller tasks that you need to complete to achieve it. This will help you make progress towards your goals every day as you can more easily see what work needs to go into each one.
STEP 4 – Schedule These Tasks
Having the goals written down is all well and good, but only works well if you actually schedule them into your week.
As such, assign each task to a specific day and time in your weekly planner.
This will help you stay on track and ensure that you have enough time to complete each task.
STEP 5 – Review Your Progress
At the end of each day, review your progress and check off the tasks that you’ve completed from your goals sheet. This will help you stay motivated and focused on the goals you’re working towards.
So if you’re feeling like you need a little extra help staying on top of your goals and tasks, give a weekly goal planner a try!
It’s a great way to stay organised, focused, and motivated as you work towards achieving your dreams.
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