Once you have defined your monthly goals, you can now split them into smaller weekly goals that are easier to integrate into your everyday life.
ALL BEGINNING IS ... EASY
You derive your weekly goals from your monthly goals. Take about 20 minutes per week. Think about what you will do on each day to achieve it. Weekly goals help you to integrate your goals into everyday life and ensure that you focus on the things that really matter.
And this is how it works ...
Our calendars are undated. So you can start at any time. Here you simply enter the desired week.
#2 WHAT I WANT TO ACHIEVE THIS WEEK
Set yourself a specific goal for the week. It can be a personal, a business or a general goal. (e.g. have more time for me, spend less time on my mobile phone, finish a project, be more courageous)
#3 WHAT I AM LETTING GO OF / WHAT I WILL NO LONGER DO
Write down in this field what you intentionally don’t want to do anymore this week.
#4 MY GOALS: FOCUS ON THE ESSENTIALS
Here you can plan your individual days and write in your goals, appointments and tasks. In our practical tips you'll find a few ideas as inspiration.
#5 SUCCESS BAROMETER
Not every day is the same. In this success barometer you mark daily in the evening on a scale from 1 to 5 how happy or successful you are in the respective areas. In this way your successes become visible and you make sure that you reflect all areas of your life. Or you can turn it around and mark which area you would like to focus on each day.
#6 HAPPY MOMENTS: DAILY GRATITUDE
Happy Moments is something you can plan (have dinner with a friend you haven't seen for a long time) or they happen spontaneously. Be aware of these moments, let them be remembered in the evening and be thankful for them. Don't forget ... it can also be very small, inconspicuous moments.
#7 IDEAS – THOUGHTS – NOTES
There's room for everything. Everything what still swirls around in your head and what you want to memorize.
#8 OTHER DATES
Enter particularly important dates or memories here.
#9 WEEKLY INSPIRATION
Every week you can find a nice quote or advice for a happier life.
#10 I AM PROUD OF MYSELF BECAUSE ...
Whether at the beginning of the week, in the middle or at the end: You can write why you are proud of yourself. No false modesty - you certainly have every reason to be proud.
#11 MY HAPPINESS LEVEL
Use the happiness barometer to draw a conclusion at the end of the week: how happy were you this week?
Creating a daily routine is important in order to turn something new into a habit. Read your daily goal every morning and spend some time in the evening reflecting upon how successful you have been. The success barometer can help you to take all aspects of your life into account. Your successes will be made visible and you will be able to recognize stress patterns that you can then address in a targeted way.
YOUR MORNING ROUTINE
Start each day by planning your happy moments. It’s best to plan them before you get up in the morning so that you can start the day feeling motivated and full of anticipation. Happy feelings give you energy and fuel you to pursue your goals over the long term. Read your daily goal after waking up and picture how you are going to achieve it. Look forward to the day ahead and say “Thank you, thank you, thank you” when getting up.
YOUR EVENING ROUTINE
End each day with mindfulness and gratitude because appreciation and happiness have a reinforcing effect. Direct your attention to the positive things that happened during the day and write down what you are grateful for. If you fall asleep feeling grateful, you will wake up feeling good. Also think about how the expectation of a positive event increases the likelihood of it occurring.
Good luck on your wonderful journey of change!
What you can expect and how the THE NEW YOU is made up. Get your own impression!
When you have read the scientific part and filled the toolbox, you can now start with the calendar part.
Let yourself be inspired by examples for the monthly reflection and find YOUR individual way to make your dreams come true.