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Exhibit 4: Goals Worksheet

The changes I want to make during the next 12 weeks are:
The most important reasons why I want to make those changes are:
The steps I plan to take in changing are:
The ways other people can help me are:
Some things that might interfere with my plan are:

 
The changes I want to make during the next 12 months are:
The most important reasons why I want to make those changes are:
The steps I plan to take in changing are:
The ways other people can help me are:
Some things that might interfere with my plan are:

Adapted from Miller et al. 1992.

 

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