Goal setting

Create a Task for a Financial Goal

This guide is for tasks only. To see the full Financial goal instructions, click on Create a Financial goal. Note: Financial Goals are for Paid Subscribers only Click on Add Task and name the task. Then decide whether you want to have a Single Task or a Repeating Task. To know the difference between Single […]

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Create a Financial Goal

In the Goal screen click ‘Add Goal.’ Enter your goal first. Make sure to keep in mind the principles of S.M.A.R.T Goals as defined on the screen. If you are a Paid Subscriber, you can select a financial goal that allows you to add a monetary value to your goal whether you are saving, paying […]

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Customising your core values

Core Values represent the important areas in your life. Typically, people choose things like Family, Career, Health and/or Finance. Then of course, there are other things like Spirituality, Lifestyle and Education that may be important to you. Lifetick comes with a set of default core values set up for individual users. If you are part […]

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Deleting a goal

You can delete a goal by clicking on ‘Actions’ button in the goal view and then selecting ‘Delete goal’. You will be asked to provide a reason before finally confirming by the clicking ‘Delete goal’ button.

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Bulk changes to due dates

Sometimes we need to adjust our target achievement date for a goal. This can be a major hassle if it means changing the due date on every single task for that goal. Lifetick offers a simple way to do this. Click on the ‘Actions’ button in the goal view. Form there select ‘Push out dates’ […]

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Creating tasks

To add a task to a goal, simply click on the ‘Add task’ button once you have opened a goal. Start by entering the name of your task. Be as descriptive as possible and make sure your tasks are granular. This means breaking them down to their smallest element. If you think a task could […]

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Creating goals

In the Goals screen, click on the ‘Add goal’ button. Enter the name of the goal first. Try keep in mind the principles of S.M.A.R.T.  goals as described on the screen. If you are a paid subscriber, you can select financial options to measure the success of your goal. These allow you to allocate financial […]

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