Small Wins

Today’s focus is on setting short-term goals in between the long-term ones. The year is still fresh and you have much that can still be accomplished. What would you like to focus on for the next few months? When we break our goals down into sub-goals, or smaller portions, we feel less overwhelmed, see more progress, and become more motivated and confident in achieving our goals.

Activity:

Think about long-term goals that you have established for this year. Hone in on one of them and break those down into smaller goals. What could you accomplish in one month? Within that month, what could you accomplish weekly? And what can you accomplish daily?

I have created a Daily Planner and Goal Setting Template to help you establish goals and work towards them. These are free, downloadable tools.

4 responses to “Small Wins”

  1. Thank you for these practical and helpful resources.

  2. […] you are making progress. If you are writing your goals out, you are making progress. Remember, small wins are worth […]

  3. […] break those intentions down into sub-tasks or goals. As I’ve discussed in my post, “Small Wins,” sub-goals help us to feel more accomplished and motivated if we can see that we are making […]

  4. […] Celebrate the small wins. Look at what you’ve accomplished. Maybe you didn’t get to check off your biggest priority, but maybe you simply got out of bed; sometimes that’s all you can do and that is worth celebrating.  […]

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