Goal setting is one of the most powerful exercises for achieving success in your personal life, your career, and with your team at work. Sure, life gets crazy, but the unexpected doesn't have to take you off track. New Year’s goals can set the tone for the next 12 months, making sure your hard work benefits the things you want most out of life. Trello can be a great tool to help organize all of your goals for the upcoming year.
Here are four ways to build boards, lists, and cards to keep your goals organized and top of mind:
Perfect Your Personal Goals
When it comes to resolutions, what you often need most is a push in the right direction to get where you want to go. That push can be as simple as sitting down and outlining your life’s goals—and why not on a Trello board?
Learn from goal-setting experts about how to get inspired and make a plan in Trello to put success on the map:
Ramp Up Your Team Goals
Research shows that businesses that set and track key metrics are two-times more likely to hit their targets than those that don’t. A popular goal-setting strategy can be summed up in three letters: OKR. OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) are used by notable companies like Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter to keep teams connected around tasks and projects that will make the biggest moves for everyone.
Learn from Kevan Lee of Buffer exactly how to set up a systematic, sustainable (and fun!) OKR team strategy in Trello this year:
Make Your Resolutions Stick
This year will be different, you’re sure of it. Even though as many as 88% of people fail at meeting their resolutions, you have a plan to beat the odds. Take advantage of research and tools to make real change happen. See why setting a series of smaller goals might be the key to true productivity in 2017:
How To Use Trello To Track Your Year’s Success
Trello is a great way to organize all of your resolutions and goals by identifying the tasks and steps required to achieve success and setting them into an actionable plan. Here are some tips and tricks to maximize the effectiveness of your resolutions. We’ll even show you how a Trello board can keep you accountable and on task: