Blogmas Day 25: Monday Motivation — Goal setting link roundup

If you’re a longtime Honeybee Joyous reader, you probably know about how much I love to set, work toward, and achieve goals. Since the new year is coming up, I figured I’d share some of my favorite posts and links about setting and attaining your goals. Some of these links are mine and others are to great posts on other blogs. You can also find even more goal setting links on my goal setting Pinterest board.

 

Today's Monday Motivation features one of my favorite things — goal setting! Check out some of my favorite links with tips for setting awesome goals. | BLOGMAS DAY 25: MONDAY MOTIVATION — GOAL SETTING LINK ROUNDUP | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

 

How to set awesome goals in 5 simple steps

This was my very first goal setting post and it’s one of my proudest posts on Honeybee Joyous. This is the method I use to set my goals and New Year’s resolutions and actually follow through and achieve them.

 

How to follow up on your awesome goals

This is part two to my first goal setting post. Having awesome goals means nothing if you don’t actually follow through on them. This post is all about how to check in and do some self-assessment to make sure you’re making progress on the goals you set.

 

Happy birthday to me! My goals for 21

I turned 21 this year and to celebrate, I wrote a post about goals I’m looking forward to working on this year. New Year’s is the classic time to set new goals, but I think birthdays are great times to do so as well.

 

How to create SMART goals you will actually accomplish

Everybody talks about SMART goals but this post from Painted Teacup is the best explanation of the concept that I’ve seen. Chantal breaks down goal setting simply and concisely and whenever I need a refresher, I refer back to this post.

 

The college girl’s guide to setting goals

This post from The Young Hopeful is great for anyone, but especially if you’re a woman in college. Brette Rowley runs down some of the most important things to do when you’re setting goals to make sure you actually achieve them.

 

How to create a vision board that will actually help you achieve your goals

I’ve always loved the idea of vision boards, but I’ve never done one myself. I’ve been thinking about making one for New Year’s this year and I’m definitely going to be coming back to this post from Blissfully Brunette for tips.

 

18 goals to set in 2018

If you’re feeling uninspired when setting your goals, this post from GenTwenty is for you. Nicole gives some great suggestions for things to work toward this year and this post is definitely great inspiration for when I sit down to write my own 2018 goals.

 

How to actually accomplish your goals

This post from I Heart Planners gives some great tips for those of you who have trouble keeping your New Year’s Resolutions. I love her advice and definitely have incorporated this into my goal setting practices.

 

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  • Hamidi Reid

    Hi Emily, Happy New Year

    I love your content, it’s a great thing you are doing, helping people to be more productive and achieve their goals!

    I teach Personal Development & Sales on my Youtube channel

    I think this would be a useful addition to your audience: https://youtu.be/N2ZVzRjcFok

    Either way keep up the great work and have great year!

    Hamidi Reid – Success Forever