The 48 Week Achievement Chart is the tool that I designed to ensure that I stayed on task to complete a large goal. I initially created it for a walking goal, but it will do so much more. My 2016 chart helped me achieve a 624-mile walking goal. I will use it this year to track weekly strength training sets and to remove mountains of old papers from my filing cabinets.
This chart is a 52-week calendar. It uses a variation of the “Don’t Break the Chain” technique. When a task is complete for the week, the user places an “X” on the square. The objective becomes to create a continuous chain.
What makes it work? It has four FREE weeks built-in. That means when life jumps in and wrecks your plans, you can take a FREE week. It’s kind of like having four “Get out of jail FREE cards.”A habit tracker with flexibility and forgiveness built-in Click To Tweet
This $8.95 PDF Guide Includes:
- Complete instructions on how to use the chart including best practices for starting mid-year
- Ideas on activities that you can track
- Example pages for the visual learner
- The 2018 printable chart – print multiple copies for your personal use.
- Notification when new charts and updates are available
As someone who needs flexibility along with structure, this is just what I’ve been searching for! I’m excited to implement this tool for my goals this year. As you say, it’s really about the BEHAVIORS and not just achieving the goal itself.
Nancy Rae Evans
Certified Money Coach (CMC)®, Author, Speaker
This is the perfect tool for those of us who struggle with perfectionism.