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Use this goal-setting spreadsheet to organize your work and meet deadlines — it had a 95% success rate among 80 Miami entrepreneurs
Maghan Morin and Jeanine Suah own a coworking and event space in Miami, created by and for women and people of color.
The two founders shared the spreadsheet they use to set and track their goals.
They also used the spreadsheet for a program they designed to help 80 entrepreneurs complete their goals, with a 95% success rate.
We've included their spreadsheet for readers to download and print below.
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When it comes to setting goals for their business, Maghan Morin and Jeanine Suah are determined, intentional, and abounding in positivity.
Though the founders had to close their vibrant coworking, event, and retail pop-up space in Miami, they're using the extra time at home to plan ahead and help other entrepreneurs do the same.
Morin and Suah started Thynk Global to be a place that would inspire people to produce their best work. They especially wanted to provide more career and business opportunities for women and people of color, for whom they'd seen a huge economic gap in accessing work space. It was important for them to offer an affordable membership option — their lowest rate starts at $87 a month.
"The most rewarding thing to see is people who are going after what they want and actually seeing results within a measurable period of time," Suah told Business Insider.
Morin said that they live by a goal-setting spreadsheet they created, whether it was to start their business or work toward new goals during the pandemic. And they require anyone who joins Thynk Global to fill it out when they officially become a member, or "Thynker."
They shared their spreadsheet with Business Insider and explained how to use it to track your goals.
How to use their goal-setting spreadsheet