Design custom plans and set project goals and achievable milestones all in the same connected workspace.
How creating a distinct plan helps you meet goals faster
Creating specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals lets you set objectives you know you can meet -- but you can’t get there without a plan. SMART goals set a deadline you can work toward, and an outline will help you reach it on time.
Turning project goals into actionable plans in Notion lets you:
Track your progress throughout the process
Align team members and enhance collaboration
Create a schedule with clear stages and deliverables
Connect overall project planning with smaller goals
How to plan your goals in Notion
Make a Notion account.
Create a database for your goals and project plans. Make a new page and select
Add a page for each goal.
Visualize your goals as a timeline or board.
Invite your teammates to track your mutual progress.
Start by identifying your overall goal and what strategic actions you need to take in order to achieve it. Try these steps:
Break your goal down into stages and milestones.
Set start dates and end dates.
Determine the key metrics that will measure your progress.
Create a schedule or calendar to help your team stay on track.
Three common goal types include:
Outcome goals — achieve a specific outcome, like hitting a milestone
Performance goals — improve a team or person’s performance based on metrics
Process goals — establish an action plan or process to achieve goals in a set timeframe
The main goal of planning is to achieve a successful outcome, but this can also include:
Establishing a clear direction for yourself or your project team
Developing a roadmap to guide decision-making as progress continues
Bookending your efforts in a specific amount of time