If group members are meeting over an extended time, it may be useful to have people share their progress using a:
- One Page Plan
- A Dashboard
Tracking goals can be a motivating process. To avoid it becoming a “check box activity” or goal fatigue, provide opportunities for people to connect into what’s important about the goal, or the overarching WHY.
In exploring the why you might ask questions like “What’s possible?”, “Three years from now, where do you want to be?”
Questions to consider:
- What are the key goals you are focusing on this month?
- How is progress towards these goals coming?
- What is the WHY behind the goal? What would you like to make sure you experience?
- What do you want to do to keep your goals visible?
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