the best goal planners of 2020 to help you identify, track and achieve your goals so you can get more done and have the best year yet.
Goal setting can be tricky. You have so much to do in so little time and you want all the things done now. It can be difficult to choose the goals to focus on and the path you want to take for your life.
I spend a lot of time reviewing planners and have narrowed it down to the 6 best goal planners of 2020. These awesome goal planners can help you:
identify your most important goals
break your goals down into actionable and achievable steps
track your progress
serve as reminders to schedule your goal work into your busy life, and
crush your goals!
Whether you know exactly what goals you want to pursue or you need help figuring out what to go after in 2020, there’s a goal planner that will help you achieve your dream life. Let’s take a look….
Struggling with finding your way or which direction you want your life to go in 2020 and beyond? Do you have a ton of goals you want to pursue but don't know how to narrow down and prioritize them?
Then the Powersheets Goal Planner by Cultivate What Matters is the best goal planner to help you not only pinpoint goals that matter most to you but also to identify and overcome the fears, challenges and obstacles standing in your way.
The Powersheets goal planner has a monthly calendar and tending lists to track your monthly, weekly and daily action items but you may need a separate life planner if you want something that tracks your schedule and to do lists.
Don't be fooled by the mini size (5.7" x 8.25") of the Erin Condren Petite Goal Setting Journal, she packs a powerful punch. With worksheets dedicated to creating your vision board, breaking down your goals into action steps and tracking your progress with check in pages, this petite goal setting journal has everything you need to focus on 6 goals.
The pages are undated so this journal can be used anytime and I think this goal setting journal is best for people who have a good idea of the goals they want to pursue and just need a journal to track and celebrate their progress. And also for people who want to take their journal on the go.
This $14 journal is part of Erin Condren's line of petite planner On the Go Folio system and can be used individually or in conjunction with a variety of other journals, monthly, weekly and daily planners for a complete portable productivity system.
It's hard to differentiate between these goal planners, they are all fantastic and can help you identify and focus on your goals. What sets the Inkwell Press goal planner apart is definitely the amazing 140 GSM paper and beautiful neutral color scheme. Paper snobs and people who like bold, inky gel pens will love writing on this paper.
The Inkwell Press undated goal setting inserts go in their gorgeous discbound planner covers and can be combined with other monthly, weekly or daily planning pages to give you a complete goal setting and planning system.
The Living Well Planner is a colorful and vibrant planner for busy moms who are juggling mom life, meals, budgeting AND their goals. I like that this planner walks you through setting goals in different areas of your life and then breaking them down into what success looks like for each.
This planner is both a goal planner and life planner with undated weekly layouts so you can start using it anytime. I love the goalsetting daily and weekly sticky notepads (pictured) to help you stay on task!
I read The 12 Week Year last year and have been implementing it's principles to do goalsetting in quarterly blocks (the 12 Week Year suggests going after your goals for 12 weeks and the 13th week is for reviewing the previous 12 weeks and planning for the next).
I've had my eye on the Best Self Journal for awhile now and thinks it corresponds perfectly to the 12 Week Year and people who do quarterly goal setting like I do for my blog business. The Best Self Journal is an undated 13 week planner with two pages per day for your agenda, goal, top priorities, lessons learned and gratitude. You will need 4 journals to use this all year but it's nice that it's undated so you can use it how and when you need it. Especially useful for big projects you need to get done.
6. Best Goal Planner for Weekly Planners and Journalers on the go: GRIT Planner
I like theGet Your GRIT Together planner because it encourages you to be balanced, identify your high value activities and incorporate gratitude in your weekly progress towards meeting your goals. This planner is undated so can be started anytime, and is a nice hardbound cover that is small enough (5.7" x 8") to carry in your purse, backpack, or work bag.
I love that you have a whole year's worth of goalsetting, weekly planning pages and even lined and blank pages for bullet journaling/lists in one book.
Well there you have it, the best goal planners of 2020 so you can identify, track and crush your most important goals in 2020 and have your best year yet!