“What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?”
– Robert H. Schuller
According to one study by Dr. Gail Matthews, you are 42% more likely to accomplish your goals if you write them down.
Unfortunately, most of us haven’t made a habit of writing goals (or even setting goals in the first place).
General surveys have shown that 83% of respondents don’t have goals, 14% had plans but not in writing, and only 3% had written goals.
But if you want to do important things and make meaningful progress, it’s important to move down the following ladder…
→ FROM wanting things to be better…
→ TO setting a specific goal…
→ TO writing down and reviewing that goal every day.
Your chance of success is way higher if you write down your goals and review them every day — even better if you set specific deliverables for each week.
So we created a one-page monthly goal planner for you. 100% free. No catch.
Just want to help 🙂
Print it out, write down your goals, set deliverables, and put it on your wall so you’ll see it every day!
The journey starts with a single step.
P.S. By the way, here’s why you should never miss two days in a row when you’re building a new habit (missing one is okay).