Goal Setting for Creatives and Entrepreneurs : How I use both paper and digital planners

Keeping track of your to do list, and planning your work for the upcoming days, weeks, months, and year is a HUGE step towards achieving your goals. Planning your to do list creates a clear path to get you to your goals. There are various methods you can use to plan your work. From cute paper planners to helpful digital planners, there are so many ways to plan your work! From my experience though, the method that works best is using BOTH!

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Goal Setting for Creatives and Entrepreneurs : Why you need daily tasks

Okay, so you've planned your yearly goals and you've planned your monthly activities, and you think you're ready to hit the ground running with your 2018 goals. You work on your monthly activity here and there throughout the month, and when the last day rolls around you look back and realized you didn't complete your activity because you missed 10 things you needed to do for it! WHAT?!?!?! And that, babe, is exactly why you need to take your goal planning a step further and create daily tasks!

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Goal Setting for Creatives and Entrepreneurs : Why you need to create monthly activities

Okay, so you have these goals for the year. They're written down on a piece of paper, and they look big and scary. You're sitting there thinking: "How in the heck am I going to do these? Where should I start? How long will this take me to do? Can I even do this?" Relax, babe! You got this! You just need to break your goals down into activities you can do each month to reach them! Here's why:

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Goal Setting for Creatives and Entrepreneurs : Why you should limit your yearly goals

When you think about setting goals for the year, what do you think of? Do you think of listing your biggest dreams that you want to achieve this year? Most people do! They jot down EVERYTHING they want to do this year, from job promotions to healthy lifestyle changes, learning new skills to reaching major milestones, the list goes on and on. What you end up with is a list of 30 goals for the year that looks absolutely SCARY, so you hide that paper under a notebook for the rest of the year. This is why you need to limit your goals for the year!

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