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As many of you might know from reading my blog I am a retired counselor and a lot of the tools I used when working with my clients carried over to my own life. One of those is goal setting. I have always been a goal setter since childhood but when goals and progress became such a huge part of my life as a counselor I really became a goal setter. Even now in my retired life if I have something I want to achieve I always sit down, map it out and write down my plans. I recently found this really great planner from Tools4Wisdom that is the perfect planner for goal setters.
Why Do I Need the Tools4Wisdom Planner:
I probably have about 5 planners going at all times. It seems to help me to have a planner or journal for each area of my life. I realize it would probably be best to have just one but since I have different things I keep track of depending on what area of life I’m planning for then I need planners that match those needs. I recently began a journey to improve my health and lose weight so I was looking for a planner to help me visualize, write out, and plan for my goals. Tools4Wisdom is the perfect planner for anyone working on goals. They have great worksheets that walk you through the entire goal setting process and plenty of space to document and plan for success.
What Does Inside of the Tools4Wisdom Planner Look Like:
Goal Setting Pages:
The beginning of the book features some great goal setting information. They have included lots of resources for you to use in the goal writing process. Even if you are not sure what your goals are yet this is a great process to figure them out and then write them out. The worksheets have you focus on where you are know, where you want to be in the future, and what you need to do to get there. They even include some great tools to help you convert your goals into long and short term goals.
Monthly Essential Goal Pages:
Each month at the beginning and end of the section they include a monthly essential goals page. These are great to focus on what specific tasks need to be completed this month to reach your overall goal. You can break it down into weekly and even daily tasks to keep you on track. At the end of the month you can easily use the page to evaluate what you have completed and what you need to work on next month. It’s a really great system to keep you focused and on track with your goals for the year.
Weekly Planner Pages:
Each month is sectioned off with a nice large tabbed page so you can easily find the month you need. Inside each monthly section in addition to the goal setting pages are monthly and weekly planner pages. You get a monthly overview for the month and you also get these detailed weekly pages. I love the layout of the weekly pages. You have detailed lines for the majority of the day. They also include a full lined day for the weekends. I hate those planners that just give you a small box for the weekend. Most of our events take plan on the weekends I need lots of space to write. They include boxes for specific tasks, notes, checklists, and they even have boxes for primary and secondary goal tasks. They have really thought of everything with this one.
My Thoughts on the Tools4Wisdom Planner:
This planner is by far one of my absolute favorites. I am usually very goal orientated and this gives me a great way to track all of my goals and the progress I am making. It’s an 8X10 planner with a nice sturdy hard cover, and spiral binding. So it’s not exactly easy to take along with you everywhere but it’s great for desk and meetings.
Where Can I Find the Tools4Wisdom Planner:
The Tools4Wisdom planner is available on Amazon.
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