Keep Goals Visual and Visible

Some ways to make goals visual and visible:

Tammy Cravit’s Post-It Portable Workspace

Write goal action steps on sticky notes to place between today’s date and the goal statement written on a piece of paper. -from the book “Time Management for the Creative Person” by Lee Silber.

David Seah’s Task Order-Up lines up action steps on a rail so you (and everyone else!) can see what’s next. You could also use index cards and magnets on a magnetic whiteboard.

Make or purchase a big whiteboard.

Make your own visual thermometer.

Make a collage of your goals.

Life Map

Make a mind map with Mindmup

Make foldable goals to carry with you.

Daily PlanIt Goal Master List and Goal Charts

Print a Goal Master List from Buttoned Up.

Create a Wordle word cloud of your goal.

Set your top priority goal as a screensaver on your computer.

Make a video about your goal.

Write affirmations on your mirror with bar soap or washable window markers.

More Ways to Make Goals Visual

Additional Reading

How to Make a Vision Board by Christine Kane

How to Get Where You Want to Be at Get Everything Done

Create the Gallery of Your Life at Success Begins Today

Remind Yourself

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11 comments on “Keep Goals Visual and Visible
  1. […] Some of the ideas to make goals visual and visible inspired me to make the Sticky Wiki: a place for reusable “sticky notes” to move as needed into and out of daily tasks. You are cordially invited to edit pages if you want; the password is: today. I was looking for a plausible reason to make a ticket, and this is it! […]

  2. Harry says:

    You may also check out http://www.GoalsOnTrack.com, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and has time tracking. It’s clear, focused, easy to navigate, worth a try.

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  8. […] In the process of working on the Household Notebook Contents, I realized the need to create a Goal Master List (pdf) that works with Goal Charts (pdf). The resulting forms make it easy to see what will add value in different life areas, which value levels are lowest (and therefore highest priority), and what goals will be most effective to increase value. Once a goal is selected, choose a goal chart based on whether the goal is daily, weekly, or monthly. This will help keep your goals SMART and visible and visual. […]

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