Sometimes you just want to get things done. That’s where the short term goal setting worksheet comes in. The whole idea of this sheet is to prompt you to get one goal written down along with one desired outcome. Nothing more, nothing less. The sheet has a positive message at the top and three boxes along the bottom for phone, email, and social media links to help you get your goal accomplished.
Example: Your goal for the day might be to make ten sales calls, and the desired outcome would be a thousand dollars in sales. You could fill in the phone and email sales links at the bottom.
Ideal for Personal Use
This sheet is perfect for personal use. Just print it out, fill it in and place it on your desk or table top where you will see it at a glance. Since it is big and bold, it will catch your attention and remind you of the task at hand.
A Positive Message for Co-Workers
This sheet is also ideal for handing off to colleagues. Its positive message starts the day off right, and the job is laid out directly. One goal, one outcome. How many times have you told someone to help you with a task but they are unclear about the issue. This simple sheet prevents misunderstanding.
Teachers Love It
Teachers will find this sheet helpful for individual classwork assignments and take-home work. Its simple message is clear, and the outcome is spelled out. You can have students return their homework with this sheet to sign off an individual assignment.
Leave a Positive Note Behind
This sheet is also a positive way to leave a note behind for a housekeeper/worker/tradesperson if you have to go away for the day. You can write down instructions at the top and your contact information at the bottom so they can reach you if they have any questions.
This simple short term goal setting worksheet is a free download. Just download the PDF, print it out and fill in with a pen or Sharpie.
Short Term Goal Setting Worksheet
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