Monday, December 30, 2013


Our Need for Goals

A goal is a standard, a skill, an ideal, or a destination that is to be achieved. We set a goal when we decide to accomplish a particular thing. Some goals, such as cleaning a room or reading a book, may take a short time to accomplish. Other goals, such as saving money to buy a new home or doing things to improve the love and peace within the family, may take months or years. Goals that will help us become worthy to dwell eternally with our Heavenly Father may take an entire lifetime. Some goals may not even be attained during a lifetime on earth, but may require additional effort in the hereafter.
In the scriptures Heavenly Father has stated His major goal concerning His work: “For behold, this is my work and my glory—to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man” (Moses 1:39). In order for His goal to be realized in our lives, we need to set goals that will enable us to make our lives productive and happy and that will help us be worthy to return to our Heavenly Father.
A goal is an anticipated accomplishment.
The value of a goal helps determine its priority.
Prioritizing goals means to put them in a desired order.
A calendar helps us schedule all that we need to accomplish.

With the new year, comes new opportunity to become a little better. I know that I didn't do as well as I would have liked, but I also didn't sit down and actually write out my goals point by point. This year I took some thought of what I would actually like to look back on and say 'I accomplished this..."

Of course I had to make it fun to look at it if I wrote them down. And Goals are meant to be shared so I have some accountability right? So here it is my friends, my goals for 2014. For those wanting to know about the 52 Week Savings challenge, click here - My co-worker gave me the tip to start backwards - putting in the big chunks of money first.  I had so much fun making this, that I thought I would provide a free download in Black, Grey, Turquoise, Blue and Red. What are some of your goals for 2014?

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