If you haven’t noticed yet, 2020 is right around the corner! It was mind-blowing when I realized that this not only ends the year, but it ends the entire decade. So how did the 2010’s go for you?
While I’m sure you did great, there’s always room to make improvements in our lives. Likewise, there’s always room to make giant leaps. I started setting personal goals just this year, and things have come a long way since then. I managed to meet about half my goals and actually made decent progress on all of them.
Now that 2020 is rolling in, it’s time to set brand new goals. Sure, you could use a notebook to keep track, or even a Google Keep checklist if you want to go paperless. But getting more and more familiar with Trello this year, I realized it can definitely work as a “vision board” of sorts.
So I made this Trello template just for that reason. I’ve started using it myself (with some variation), and it’s great for visualizing what I’d like to happen in my year. It’s completely free, so give it a try!
Here’s a link to the template. Just make a copy of the board and you’re all set! Enjoy and I hope 2020 ends up being your most amazing year yet!
If you’re interested in other Trello boards for project management and other purposes, you might want to check out our tools and resources section. I’d love to hear your thoughts on these boards as well as they’ll always be works in progress for me. Hit me up in the comments if you have feedback!
Dexter is an engineering manager at Synacy, a co-founder of ATeam Business Software Solutions, and founder of TechManagement.Life. He loves to share his experiences and thoughts on managing software teams and running businesses.