Prioritizing Your Goals
Now that you've got your assignments done, you'll be taking what you've learned about yourself and your values to create a list of 10 key goals. If you're overwhelmed with everything on you want to accomplish, it helps to prioritize things and break things down into a manageable list. Begin by asking yourself if these are high-priorty goals or low-priority goals:
High Priority Goals
Have the biggest impact on your own daily life
Have a positive impact on other people
Accomplishing them will help make accomplishing other goals easier
Accomplishing them have little impact on your daily life
May conflict with your other goals (such as saving money)
May be a detriment to others
If you've still got a lot of things that fall under "high priority" goals use the Goal Priority Tool to come up with your top ten. It's a nifty little tool that takes about 10-15 minutes to use and gives you a good idea of what to focus on.
Edited for 2013: This year, try making TWO goals lists. One for your top ten lifetime goals, one for your top ten yearly goals.
Assignment: Identify 10 key goals to focus on this year.