If you are a goal-oriented person, then the Goal-Oriented Mindset app is for you. I was inspired by Napoleon Hill’s book “Think and Grow Rich” to create this app. After reading the book, I decided to get really serious about accomplishing my goals, so instead of writing them on a piece of paper or tablet that I could lose, I decided to create this app. That way I would always have my goals with me and could read over them multiple times a day to keep me focused.
What makes this app different than the average goal-setting app is that in addition to keeping a list of your goals, you can also keep track of your Daily To-Do List, Quotes, Affirmations, Journal, and Monthly Review. Also, there is a Lifestyle Assessment that you can take to show you what is going well and to help you decide what goals to set.
What I like about this app and why I created it is so everything I need is in one place. I don’t need a separate app to keep track of my quotes and affirmations, to-do list, journal, etc., everything I need is one place. It makes it easy for me every morning because as soon as I wake up, I like to go through my affirmations and quotes for motivation, use a journal to set my mindset and priority for the day along with practicing gratitude, go over my non-negotiables (Daily To-Do List), and review my Goals. Now I can do all of this with the Goal-Oriented Mindset app.
Here is an overview of different sections in the Goal-Oriented Mindset app:
Use the Goals section to keep a list of the Goals you want to accomplish. You can add information about your goal, including a description of the goal, your motivation for accomplishing it, any resistance or blocks keeping you from achieving the goal, how you will feel after you achieve the goal, and a due date. Also, for each Goal, you can add a an Action Plan (steps that you need to take to accomplish that goal).
Use this section to keep a list of your non-negotiables - items that you need to do every day (meditate, exercise, etc.). As you complete an item, you can check it off. Each morning, you can uncheck all the items so that you can start fresh.
Use this section to keep a list of your Quotes and Affirmations. When adding a Quote or Affirmation, you have the option to add a photo from your photo library or add text.
The Journal section includes the Morning Journal and the Evening Journal. For the Morning Journal, you can set your Mindset and Priority for the day and list 3 things you are grateful for. Also, there is a Note section that you can use however you want. For the Evening Journal, you can keep track of What you did well that day, What you learned, What you could have done differently, and the 3 things you are grateful for. As in the Morning Journal, there is also a section for Notes.
Use this section to review your performance each month (or as frequently or infrequently as you want). The Monthly Review includes a section to Rate your performance, note your Biggest Accomplishment, What you did well, What you learned, Strengths, Weaknesses, and What you could have done differently. There is also a section the bottom for Notes.
You can take the Lifestyle Assessment to help you figure out what is going well in your life and where you need to improve. There are 14 sections, including Health, Diet, Fitness, Career, etc.). You can complete as many sections as you want. Also, you can choose to rate each section, only write notes/comments, or both. It's up to you how you use this section