Goal Setting Template

A goal setting template can be a great help to people just starting out. Maybe you’re stuck in a rut, and want to try something new. Maybe you’ve set goals and resolutions in the past, and only come up disappointed. This is especially true when it comes to personal finance; money is the way that the world measures success (right or wrong).

With regard to investing goals, when you aren’t specific about the kind of results you want, then any strategy will work. To help you in your quest for a better financial future, I’ve created a goal setting template, based on the practice of SMART goals. Best of all, it is FREE!

Click here for a SMART goal template from my site…The link to the template is at the bottom of the page.

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4 Responses to Goal Setting Template

  1. June says:

    I checked out the Smart Goal page and template. The template is great! And I really appreciate the example that you provided–very easy to understand just how to use the template.

  2. The SMART forumla really helps. thank you.
    I still see far to often how many people struggle with achieving their goal and many questions still come about goal achievement.

    Why do so many people set goals, start to make progress and then backslide diminishing the results they get? Why do many people start to consciously work towards their goals and then unconsciously sabotage their success?
    The answer is simply. Many people do not condition themselves. We are creatures of habit. Our daily habits(actions/behaviours) determine our results.
    A key element in achieving goals is conditioning your neurology for success. By doing so, you will keep in alignment at the neurological level. Why and how does this work?
    I found an expert who’s neurological success secrets have finally been “leaked” at http://www.destined4greatness.net
    I found this to be a great resource

  3. Yes, measured goal setting is critical if you want to succeed, if you have no goals you will just drift and achieve nothing.

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