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Do you feel like you’re just going through your day on autopilot? Does it seem like nothing exciting goes on in your life at all?
When you try to picture yourself 5 or 10 years from now, does your vision fill you with excitement or dread?
The good news is that you don’t have to be stuck in a meaningless loop.
Maybe you haven’t yet explored all of the different things you can do with your life.
Perhaps the reason you’re stuck is that you haven’t discovered your life’s purpose yet. There are steps you can take to uncover your purpose in life.
It also helps to set life goals that improve the quality of your daily experience, which gives life a sense of meaning and brings success within reach.
Today, we are looking at a collection of life goals worksheet examples. Hopefully at least one of them will be useful for creating a master plan for your amazing future.
These worksheets are available for free in printable PDF form. Some of the sources require you to sign up with a valid email address to access the worksheets.
All are designed to help formulate your life goals and create a solid action plan to achieve what you want most.
Let’s check out today’s collection.
This set of printables is your guide to achieving everything you’ve ever wanted in life.
It is inspired by the results of a research study done by Dr. Gail Matthews, a professor at Dominican University of California, about how people who write their goals down increase their chances of success by over 40%.
The creator of this worksheet provided an in-depth introduction for every section. It has writing prompts and words of encouragement to help you answer the questions as sincerely as possible.
The following are some of the sections you’ll find:
Signing up for the creator’s newsletter is required to access the printable PDF version of this worksheet.
Life goals are also considered long-term goals. This 26-page workbook lets you create a solid action plan for achieving those huge goals.
Within the workbook, you’ll find pages for writing down a detailed description of your life goals. You can then break them down into actionable steps and create a timeline of when you’ll achieve those goals.
The best part of this workbook is that it understands that long-term goals shouldn’t be rushed. It allocates space for your planning, brainstorming, and visualization of what you really want to achieve in the years to come.
Along with the long-term worksheet, you’ll also get planners, problems and solutions pages, and a section for your quarterly goal-planning breakdown.
As with most of the worksheet examples in this post, you need to sign up for the creator’s newsletter to access this free workbook.
Setting goals encourages you to become more intentional in life. This worksheet is designed to get you out of the survival mode that most of us live in each day.
The worksheet features six boxes. Within each box, you can indicate the category of your life goal (personal, family, career, etc.) and write down two goals for each category.
You can then plan out how to achieve each goal by writing your action plan within the boxes.
To access the PDF version of this worksheet, you need to scroll to the middle part of the article (in the creator’s website), where you’ll find an image of the worksheet. Click on that and you’ll be redirected to a PDF file that you can download and/or print out.
You can use this worksheet for one-on-one therapy sessions, as a discussion starter in group therapy, or simply to write down your goals for different areas of your life.
The worksheet has four columns. In the first column, different goal categories are listed, including family, friends, spirituality, and mental health.
For every category, some self-reflection is required so you can fill out the columns marked “What I’m Doing Well” and “Where I Need Improvement.”
The final column, called “My Goals,” lets you write down your life goals for each category.
This worksheet is your guide to unlocking the “inner motivator” within you so you can achieve your life goals.
It consists of a couple of exercises. The first part helps you change your perception about success and figure out your why. In addition, the first half of the exercises also teach you how to overcome your fears.
The second part of the exercises provide an in-depth guide on how to accomplish your goals through visualization, having the right mindset, honing your intuition, and creating an effective to-do list.
The creator of this worksheet encourages users to keep a dedicated journal for doing the exercises.
This colorful template from Abby of Abby Organizes and Just a Girl and Her Blog allows you to set life goals based on your top five priorities.
It has spaces designated for writing down your top five priorities, five goals (with action plan and a deadline), and a personal motivation in case you are on the verge of giving up.
This worksheet asks, “What does it look like when life is going great for you?”
The first set of guide questions lets you reflect on your life to see which areas need improvement and which ones are running smoothly.
Next, the second set of questions lets you create a detailed description of how the life of your dreams looks when it comes to areas such as the mind, body, love, your community, your work, money, and creativity.
The final set of questions allows you to create goals in different areas of your life based on the current state you’re in and the life you want to have.
You can access the PDF version of this worksheet directly by clicking the “Straight to the PDF” button.
This worksheet is the ideal space for brainstorming the things you want to achieve. It has several boxes where you can write goals and action plans for different areas of your life.
This worksheet doesn’t have any pre-set headers or guide questions, so you can input your goal setting in any way you want.
Achieve all your goals with this worksheet. Not only does it let you set goals, but it also has you reflect on the underlying motivation and why a particular goal is important to you.
The worksheet has spaces for writing the deadline of your goal and a checkbox you can tick once you’ve completed it.
This single-page worksheet is divided into sections with lots of space and the following writing prompts:
Finally, there is a box for listing the rewards you will give yourself upon accomplishing your goal.
Without a life goal, you’ll always feel like you’re in a loop, going through life without purpose and with no clear destination.
We hope you enjoyed browsing through the collection of life goals worksheet examples featured today. May they inspire you to create and achieve new life goals.
Hopefully, you’ve found one or two worksheet designs that will work well for your goal-setting needs.
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Finally, if you want to take your goal-setting efforts to the next level, check out this FREE printable worksheet and a step-by-step process that will help you set effective SMART goals.