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Day 17 | Goals

Create goals and actionable to-dos that align with your values and skills.

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What area of life does this goal fulfill?
8 Dimensions of Wellness
Maslow's Hierarchy

Long-Term Goals

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  • What am I looking for, where am I going?
  • What does success look and feel like for me?
  • Who do I want to be?
  • What do I want to create?
  • Do my long term goals align with my values, goals, priorities, and ideal life?

Ways to set goals

Setting goals is a powerful way to motivate ourselves and achieve personal growth. To effectively set goals, consider the following steps:

1. Self-Reflection: Start by reflecting on your values, priorities, and aspirations. What is most important to you in life? What areas do you want to improve or change?

2. Define Your Objectives: Be specific about what you want to achieve. Your goals should be clear, measurable, and attainable. For example, rather than a vague goal like "get fit," you might set a specific goal like "run a 5K within six months."

3. Prioritize Your Goals: It's important to determine which goals are most significant to you. You may have short-term and long-term goals. Prioritize them based on their importance.

4. Break Down Goals: Divide larger goals into smaller, manageable steps. This makes it easier to track progress and stay motivated.

5. Set Deadlines: Establish deadlines for achieving your goals. Having a timeframe creates a sense of urgency and commitment.

6. Write Your Goals Down: Putting your goals in writing makes them more tangible. Create a list of your goals, and keep it where you can see it regularly.

7. Stay Accountable: Share your goals with a friend, family member, or mentor who can help keep you accountable. You can also use a journal or goal-tracking app.

8. Visualize Success: Imagine yourself achieving your goals. Visualizing success can be a powerful motivator.

Remember, the key is to align your goals with your values and aspirations. Goals that are personally meaningful are more likely to motivate you and bring a sense of fulfillment.


  • What are my top personal goals?
  • What do I hope to achieve
  • What do I want the outcome to be?
  • What skills do I want to acquire?
  • What area of life do I want to fulfill?


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8 Dimensions of Wellness

Setting goals for each dimension of wellness is beneficial because it allows us to intentionally focus on various aspects of our lives, fostering self-improvement, balance, and a greater overall sense of well-being.

Here's a list of example goals for each dimension of wellness:

  1. Physical Wellness:

    • Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week.
    • Maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.
    • Get 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night.
    • Achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
    • Practice relaxation techniques to manage stress.
  2. Emotional Wellness:

    • Practice daily gratitude by keeping a gratitude journal.
    • Seek therapy or counseling when dealing with emotional challenges.
    • Develop healthy coping strategies for managing stress.
    • Cultivate self-awareness and emotional intelligence.
    • Engage in hobbies or activities that bring joy and fulfillment.
  3. Social Wellness:

    • Strengthen existing relationships and build new ones.
    • Attend social events and gatherings to connect with others.
    • Volunteer in your community or support a charitable cause.
    • Actively listen and communicate effectively with friends and family.
    • Resolve conflicts and disagreements in a constructive manner.
  4. Intellectual Wellness:

    • Read a certain number of books or articles each month.
    • Enroll in a class or workshop to learn new skills or hobbies.
    • Stay informed about current events and global issues.
    • Challenge your mind with puzzles, games, or brain exercises.
    • Set and achieve educational or career-related goals.
  5. Occupational Wellness:

    • Set clear career goals and develop a plan to achieve them.
    • Seek opportunities for professional growth and advancement.
    • Maintain a healthy work-life balance to prevent burnout.
    • Enhance your job satisfaction and fulfillment in your career.
    • Continuously update your skills and knowledge in your field.
  6. Environmental Wellness:

    • Reduce your environmental impact by practicing eco-friendly habits.
    • Create a more organized and clutter-free living and working space.
    • Contribute to community environmental initiatives and conservation efforts.
    • Spend time in nature and appreciate the natural world.
    • Support and advocate for sustainable and environmentally responsible practices.
  7. Spiritual Wellness:

    • Explore and deepen your spiritual or religious beliefs and practices.
    • Meditate or engage in mindfulness to connect with your inner self.
    • Reflect on your purpose, values, and meaning in life.
    • Spend time in nature or engage in spiritual retreats.
    • Practice forgiveness and compassion towards yourself and others.
  8. Financial Wellness:

    • Create a budget and savings plan to meet financial goals.
    • Pay off debts and manage credit responsibly.
    • Invest and save for future financial security.
    • Stay informed about personal finance and investment strategies.
    • Seek advice from financial professionals or advisors when needed.