Sunday, January 4, 2009

track your goals with Goalforit!

Check out this great new site for tracking your goals, called goalforit.com


I've always kept multiple notebooks, to manage business and personal projects. Here's a new format: a website to help you organize things in one location.


Now, I'll still keep a notebook for the storybeader to record her designs and finances, but all those other papers! WOW, things were getting out of hand!

AND this site is environmentally friendly. Forget about those pages left empty at the back of the binder! I can find my lists easy enough, with one click of the button... unless my computer crashes! Maybe I should make a copy on my flash drive....

Anyway, the more I get involved with goalforit! , the happier I become. This is truly a great way of tracking what you're doing, and seeing your progress. You can list steps you're taking to reach your goal, keep track visually and by writing journal entries, and set down completion dates. You can even hide goals if you don't want others seeing it. I have to admit, I did this for my weight loss goal, because I didn't want everyone seeing the scale numbers I plan to put in.

Other activities you can get involved with is writing up your own profile and inviting people to become you friends. I see that roseworksjewelry and tiltcreations have also joined, and they are friends who I'll be supporting as the weeks go by. Hiya friends! Who else is ready to join? Let me know, OK?

7 comments:

Rose Works Jewelry said...

I'm excited to see you sign up too! I'm having fun with this site so far :)

BeadedTail said...

This site certainly looks interesting and helpful. I might have to check it out!

PurrPrints said...

Sounds interesting--is it free? I'll be checking it out...

TNT2008 said...

Yes, it is free!
Great write up, Story. My husband joined after I told him about it and he got a kick out of getting cheers about his goals:)

Waterrose said...

I"m going to check out that site..looks like a great way to get going on goals!
Happy New Year!

Islandgirl said...

I tried to join but it's strictly for residents of the US... sigh

harry said...

Try http://www.goalsontrack.com, a nice web app specifically designed for tracking goals and todo list, and time tracking. It's clear, focused, easy to navigate.

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