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13 Journal Prompts for Goal Setting, Keeping, Revising & Releasing

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13 Journal Prompts for Goal Setting, Keeping, Revising & Releasing

Not just for goal setting, these journal prompts are meant to help you identify which goals properly serve your future identity and deepest dreams, and which you’re better off releasing. Clarity makes space.

“Define what you really want. No clarity, no change. No goals, no growth.” — Brendon Burchard, Life’s Golden Ticket

You might not be the only person who needs to support your goal, but your goal needs your support.

To help you better understand which goals are most deserving of your devoted attention, I’m sharing some journal prompts that have helped me get clear on what’s serving where I most want to go and who I most want to be.

If you sit down with these prompts and allow yourself the space to answer them honestly and thoroughly, they’ll serve you too. They’re encouragement for what matters, discernment where it’s necessary—because we can do anything, but we can’t do everything (especially not all at once).

Clarity of passion precedes productivity. Clarity might mean you do less in order to grow; it might also mean that you get more passionate about what you are doing.

Bring to mind one goal at a time for this process. Take your time; it will likely save you time in the future when you’re not running around trying to do it all, but instead focusing on those goals that will really move the needle and serve your Work.

Note: If your answer is not a “YES!” with an exclamation point on the end, it still might be worthwhile to pursue, but it helps to know why you must pursue it.

13 Journal Prompts for Goal Setting, Keeping, Revising, Releasing

1. What do I see myself doing and experiencing in one year? Five years?

2. Is this goal relevant to who I see myself being in the future?

3. Am I passionate about this goal? Would I follow through with this goal day in, day out, regardless of wealth or recognition?

4. Why does meeting this goal matter to me? To others, the community, humanity?

5. How long might it be before I see any noticeable results from pursuing and meeting this goal? Do I have the resources—energy, time, money, willpower—to follow through with this goal?

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” — Maya Angelou

6. What do I need to meet this goal? Who might I be able to ask for help?

7. What might I be missing out on in pursuit of this goal?

8. What could I do to meet this goal with as much joy as possible?

9. Who am I helping by doing what I most want to do?

10. What community or worldly concerns do I want my work to be of service to?

“Every change is a challenge to become who we really are.” — Marianne Williamson

11. How do I want people to remember my work?

12. What goal is no longer serving how I most want to be and serve?

13. What would it feel like to be completely comfortable with not meeting my goal? How could I use perceived failure as fuel for forward movement in my life as a whole?

. . .

Tell me:

What goal must you pursue and how is that serving the ultimate “yes” in the heart of your work?

Tell me in the comments. I’d love to know what works for you!

You are allowed to change, again and again, because you are always becoming.

With love,

Jen

P.S. Wake up with joy and purpose beating in your heart. Get my book Morning Affirmations for 200 original phrases that'll make you feel... powerful.

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