Customizable Goal Planning Worksheets

If you were inspired to set goals for 2012 after my post on goal-setting yesterday, here are two printable and customizable Goal Planning Forms you can download, type into, save, and print. Or, you can just print and hand write your goals in.

Now you don’t have any excuses for not setting goals for 2012. :) I’ll be sharing my 2012 Goal List later this week.

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  1. Maria says

    Thank you very much for this gift, Crystal and team! I am excited about the upcoming year and what I will accomplish. Happy New Year!

  2. JoLinda says

    Thank you so much for all of the resources! Your worksheets are always so attractive, too. What program do you use to create your worksheets?
    Thanks again!

  3. says

    I’m not very good at defining goals and I’m definitely getting a late start (I’m “older”, lol). But I did go ahead and identify the 6 goals I want to work on, filling out the first page entirely. Thank you for this resource. I’m hoping to make progress in several areas this coming year.

  4. Sarah says

    Thank you! We will be using these in my family on Sunday for our family night lesson and will be setting goals with each child, in addition to my personal goals and goals as a family.

  5. says

    Thanks so much! I have loosely set goals in the past but am looking forward to defining them for this coming year. Thanks for the tools to help accomplish my first goal…setting written goals!

  6. Kris says

    These are great–thanks! Would you be willing to share what program you used to create these templates? I’d like to create some of my own for my version of to-do lists, etc, but haven’t figured out a good way to do it.?

  7. says

    Thanks for this download. I love using several of your forms on a regular basis, and was hoping you might have such a download for the coming year, since you’re all about setting goals. :)

  8. says

    Thank you so much! As Dave Ramsey graduates, we downsized our house and purchased a foreclosed abandoned home that we are fixing up…without accruing debt. I printed out these goals to organize our repairs and remodeling. It helps to be able to visualize our goals. We are hoping to be finished in 1 year.
    You Rock, Crystal!!

  9. Vanessa says

    Do you have any suggestions on balancing working on multiple focus areas at once vs. choosing one thing at a time? Is it wise to focus on many goals at once (ex. exercise, wake up early, keep home clean) or limit myself to one thing at a time? I want to do everything at once, but appreciated your advice when discussing habits to focus on one thing at a time. Thanks.

  10. says

    Thank you so much for sharing these. I think this is so much better than just setting up “New Year’s resolutions”. I love the idea of having concrete steps to take to reach your goals. And breaking it down into smaller pieces means it might actually happen. :)

  11. Elizabeth says

    Thank you very much for these forms! I’ve always been bad at defining goals for myself and getting them done in a timely fashion. This should help me be more organized about it.

  12. stacy says

    Thank you so much! I was really feeling overwhelmed with the thought of getting my house organized and de-cluttered. The post and this printable are just the things I needed. I use your daily/weekly cleaning schedule and love it.

  13. Stacy says

    Thank you so much for all your hard work and for allowing us to benefit from it! I am so excited to be setting goals instead of resolutions this year and to accomplish more each day because of it!

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