Free printable goal tracker templates, goal chart printables, and a 40-page goal planner to help you set goals, track them, and reach them!
This free printable 40-page goal planner will help you set and reach goals and spend your time and energy on what you define as meaningful.
This free printable goals chart template can be used for various purposes such as weight loss, fitness, savings, etc. You can track one or more goals.
Free Printable Goal Tracker Template
Tracking your goals will increase the chance that you reach them. There is plenty of space on the chart to add text such as the actual goal and how to plan to achieve it. You can break down the final into smaller goals which will make it easier. Sometimes, reaching the final goal just sounds so overwhelming that we want to give up before we even start. Reaching smaller goals on the way to the final goal is easier to achieve.
Thermometer Goal Chart
We offer two different custom goal thermometer template printables. Each one is available in different formats.
This thermometer goal tracker printable can be edited before you print it.
Add the goal to the block under the total. To work out how much to add to each line, take the total amount, and divide it by 20. Add that amount to the bottom line and keep adding that amount to each line above until you reach the total sum.
How to use the goal tracker thermometer template?
- Click on the chart to open the goal thermometer printable.
- Replace “name’s” with your name, title, or delete.
- Add the starting number and your goal.
- Calculate each number and type the answer. For example, if it says “start X 1.05” and your starting number was 100 then replace this with 105.
- Print or download.
Mason Jar Tracker
Bullet Journal Goal Tracker
We offer a variety of savings tracker printables to track your savings and ensure you reach your savings goals.
If you need to track your expenses to ensure you reach your goals then try our expense tracker printable.
Weight Loss Goal Chart
Bucket List Goals
Water Intake Goals
30 Day Challenges
Create New Habits
Use a progress tracker to track your progress towards your goal.
What can the goal charts be used for?
Goal chart for adults:
- Weight loss goal chart
- Fundraising goal chart
- Reading goal chart (if you want to read a certain number of books within a particular time frame)
- Savings tracker (if you are saving a certain amount for a trip or to buy something)
- Fitness (for example if you want to do a certain number of squats or push-ups and you mark the number that you do each time)
- Sales goal tracker (for a salesman or for a company trying to reach a sales goal together with staff).
- Money goal chart (see savings tracker)
- Savings goal tracker
- Reading (read books or stories)
- Learning new words (you can delete the goals and they can write a new word next to each line)
- Weight loss goal tracker (for overweight children) although you should consult with a specialist first. Some specialists suggest you focus on healthy eating habits and not on weight loss.
If there is a goal chart template that you would like us to add to the collection, then please leave a comment below.
How to Set Goals
Step 1: What do I want?
According to Tony Robbins, the clearer you are about what it is you want to achieve, the easier it is to achieve it because your brain can work out how to get there. The “fuel” behind getting there is having a compelling purpose and a reason that will motivate and move you. This purpose is what will get you from where you are to where you want to be. First, you ask yourself, “What do I want?” and only then do you ask, “What am I going to do?”.
Step 2: What am I going to do?
Once you have defined what you want, you can start creating an action plan to take you from where you are to where you want to go. If you use the goal planner above, it will take you through each step page-by-page.