A great way to enter and track your goals is in a Goal Setting Worksheet, an excel based spreadsheet designed specifically for the 100 Life Goals book.
The Goal Setting Worksheet available below comes complete with:
The entire list of 100 Life Goals as recommended in the 100 Life Goals book is included in the download for you to print out your own handy reference sheet (as below).
All of the recommended goals written in the 100 Life Goals and more are conveniently listed in the "List of Goals" tab of Goal Setting Worksheet, across the 10 Goal Areas including:
The List of Goals includes more than 600 individual life goal ideas that you may choose from:
This "List of Goals" spreadsheet within the overall goal setting worksheet contains convenient columns where you can "X" mark the goals that are of interest to you, or number your own goals from 1 to 100 as you deem important for your own life.
Consider this a master work sheet where you can reference a library of well designed goals and decide which ones are right for you!
Add additional goals to this list which are unique to you and ideas you have for your life.
This is your "brain storming" area to let your imagination run wild. Don't rush through this.
One you have completed your life goal brainstorming, the most important feature is the Goal Setting Template tab. This is your key to recording your own 100 Life Goals or any number of Life Goals which you prefer. Choose and write, 5, 10, 50, 100 or more!
To make this easier for you to complete, the left hand side of the spreadsheet (tab) includes reference to the 100 Life Goals recommended by 100GoalsClub. In the blank template to the right, you may . . .
Enter your own personalized list of goals using this Goal Setting Worksheet (template). This very act could change your life forever!
It will be amazing when you finally craft your personalized list of 10, 20, 50 or even 100 Life Goals and give each one a time frame.
The next step is to develop a plan to work on your goals for the remainder of this current year. That is where the Annual Power Page comes in.
The next tab of this spreadsheet is where you record the specific goals you decide are important to work on this year.
Only choose the ones that are important this year.
Give yourself permission to leave your other goals on your radar for deciding next year or not if they are important to start working on.
This allows you to track and keep all your life goals in mind while you decide specifically which ones are important this year.
Most importantly, once you've created your annual power page goals, you can simply filter the goals for this year and create a handy reference printout to print as many copies as you'd like and place in a prominent place(s) you will reference often!
Last updated: June 23, 2020