I recommend Mindbloom.com!
You may want to check out http://www.GoalsOnTrack.com, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and supports time tracking too. It's clear, focused, easy to navigate, worth a try.
Try this brand new tool Goals On Target and can be found at http://www.goalsontarget.com . It has some great features, its FREE and you can even earn money using it. All the best. Jim.
the web I use good old fashioned pen and paper. But Evernote is my second choice for when I am connected.
Good post,add it to my bookmark.
Your site is so good that I can't express my feeling just with my words, thanks for your work!
goalspal.com is a goal tracking tool to track as well as share your progress with others following the same goal. If you choose to keep your goals journal private you may do so as well.
you are accountable to and that cheers you on. I'm working on a few goals including keeping in better contact with friends and family.
I highly recommend a new social networkimg site, www.MyMightyTeam.com. You set a goal and create a small team that you are accountable to and that cheers you on. I'm working on a few goals including keeping in better contact with friends and family. Mighty keeps me connected to team members across the street and across the country. And the resources like how to handle stress and make time for what and who are important to you, are brilliant.
single-step has offered a PC-based goal tracking solution since 2003. We offer some unique personal motivational aspects as well that you won't find anywhere else.
I use GoalHappy.com for tracking my goals and habits. It's got a really nice interface, is easy to use and is free :-)
I recommend http://www.happinessprojecttoolbox.com/ and http://www.happiness-project.com.
I love lifetick.com for goal tracking - great for goals with steps and deadlines especially. The journal feature is a nice touch that I end up using a lot, and I really like the quick look I get via the status screen.
Since I am not always connected to the web I use good old fashioned pen and paper. But Evernote is my second choice for when I am connected. I find them to be the most effective combination of tools for goal tracking I have ever used.
I find The Journal (http://www.davidrm.com/thejournal/) to be excellent for goal tracking and many other things. You are only limited by your imagination.
I use it to track all my goals especially daily goals.
Whenever Excel is included as an option, it always makes sense to include online services such as Google Spreadsheets as an option as well. I keep track of goals using Google Spreadsheets so that my changes are automatically saved, a revision history is maintained, and I can access this information from anywhere at any time without additional preparation.
Since today I love to work with Achieve-IT : http://smartgoalsoftware.com/
Pen and Paper, but onenote is not bad
43things is great for helping to achieve goals and you can get tips and support from other members.
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