Break that habit reach that goal

Its easy to get distracted when its not written down

I am no saint when it comes to sticking to new things and I regularly will go in with the best intentions but fail to complete my original goal because I didn’t create a structure around it. A structure is really important because it helps you to see whether the goal is actually achievable and it keeps you motivated along the way.

Download my free goal chart

I have designed a really handy chart that you can download and print at home. Stick it to your fridge and that way you will meet that goal. It takes 12 weeks to break a habit so this chart has broken down those 12 weeks in to bite sized chunks – 4 weeks at a time.

Marianna Kane Goal Wall Charts Free Download

Just click the image below to download your preferred colour. Please feel free to share a link to this chart with your friends on Facebook. I can also provide custom charts for clubs or businesses on request.

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Goal Chart Blue

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Goal Chart Orange

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Goal Chart Purple

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Write in daily challenges that will help you get to your goal

Each day of the week is represented with a box where you can write in a simple task. When you complete the task you get to put a big fat X through it 🙂 You should also draw a little emoji expressing how you felt overall that day. I found the emojis particularly effective as they helped me understand when I needed more rest, when I needed more activity…etc.

Proof that this chart works

In January I decided to use these charts as a means to improve my running. My goal was to beat my personal best (pb) for running 5km in 12 weeks (27.5 minutes) and to run a 25 minute 5km race in August 2016. I created a simple chart and wrote in daily challenges and got my fitness coaches to help fill in the details so that I could speed up my running. 9 weeks in to the charts I ran a 5km race in 25.30min!! I hadn’t expected to achieve that for 8 months!! The reason I improved so rapidly is because I stuck to my plan and thoroughly enjoyed ticking that box every time I completed an activity! I even got to tick them on days that I rested which highlighted the importance of rest to me too.

 

Share your experience…

I really enjoy making new thing and sharing my creative journey. If you use these charts please let me know how you get on with them- did you find it useful? Let me know your story to inspire more people to write down their goals and reach them the creative way.

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