Breaking Down Goals into Bite Size Chunks

Awe we made it to the month of February. How did your New Year’s resolutions go? Hopefully well! If not, it is not too late to set those goals again and give them a try. 

Goals are tricky. They can be big, outrageous, and scary; however, they are doable. One way is to break that goal into smaller bits so you can concur that goal. 

To remember and accomplish this I use my bullet journal to help me remember my goals for the month. Taking a page at the beginning of the month I place the monthly goals that I have. Under the monthly goals I break down the weekly actions then the daily actions. 

Pencils allow you to keep it up to-date when you need to change the layout.

Here is how I broke down my goals to be bit sized:

  • Read 24 books this year. If I break that down that is 2 books a month. So that would go under my monthly goal headline.
  • Increase activity to lose weight. That creates a daily/weekday goal of doing High Intensity-Interval Training (HIIT) or walking outside. 
  • Blog Weekly. That creates a daily/weekday goal because I want to actually try for 5 days a week. 
  • Connect with 50 people from my networking group. This creates a weekly goal of 1 connect a week since there are 52 weeks in a year.

Hopefully that makes sense. If not please feel free to connect with me and I would love to chat about your goals are and how to set them.

You do not necessarily need a bullet journal to complete this activity. You can do it on a piece of paper then hang that paper up somewhere you will see it daily to remind yourself. 

So, grab your paper and write down those goals! 

I would love to hear where you place your goal breakdown sheet. Please feel free to comment below.

Have a blessed day! Remember…you are loved!

Here is a freebie for you! A Goal Sheet that helps you break down the goal into bite size pieces.

Feel free to contact me! I would love to hear your feedback.

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