Last week I talked about my 2015: Annual Review. This week I’ll briefly talk about how I’ve tracked my goals in 2015, since this is also how I plan on tracking my goals in 2016.
I’ve been using Evernote for a long time, and I keep trying out different things based on suggestions I find on the web. Throughout 2015 I’ve tried a couple of things that I think improved my use of Evernote quite a bit.
For setting and tracking goals, this post by Michael Hyatt got me inspired: How Evernote can Help you Achieve Your Goals in 2015. I’ve used his templates and think it worked out well for me.
I also borrowed several ideas from Evernote Scott channel on Youtube. These are the main ones:
How To Use Evernote To Achieve Your Goals
How to get more done with Evernote and have peace of mind every single day: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.
I read and watch tons of material on how people organize their life, projects, goals, what tools they use, etc, and the links shared in this post are the ones that stuck with me last year, so I hope it may be useful to you as well.