HOW TO FILL THE SINGLE GOAL TRACKER?
Goal: Here, write down the main goal that you want to achieve.
Goal completion date: Note down the exact date by which you wish to accomplish your goal.
Mini Goal: Write down the steps you will take to reach your main target.
Deadline: The date for completion of each step.
Status: Mark if the particular step has been completed or not.
Reward: When you note down the reward for achieving your mini goal, you will feel more motivated to do it!
What Next: Once you complete all the steps as listed and accomplish your main goal, write down your next big target.
WHY USE SINGLE GOAL TRACKERS?
Setting an aspiring goal and working towards it can be overwhelming. But, dividing the goal into mini achievable steps can help you to stay focused and make the process much easier to follow. When you set a deadline for each step, you feel a positive pressure to mark it as ‘completed’. Also, rewarding yourself on the completion of each task, will motivate you even further!
A single goal tracker will also help you to identify potential obstacles and strategies for how to overcome them. It can help you set more realistic goals and stay positive along the way. So, download the tracker and start working towards your goal!
Please note that trackers can be downloaded from the download section of your account. Maximum 3 downloads per product per account are allowed.
Print options: Regular paper works!
Print Size: A4 recommended
Steps: All of the files are in pdf below. Just hit the download button and proceed to pay. A link to download the pdf file will be shared with you on the registered email. You will also find the copies in the “downloads” section of your The Tender Curve account.
The default size of this download is A4. However, if you want smaller, simply reduce the print size! Print as many sheets you want to maintain a log.
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