I like to categorize my goals into four sections:
Mind - Anything that enriches you mentally. It could be reading more books, going to lectures, visiting museums or learning new art techniques, anything along these lines. For me I am a big self learner, I'm always reading, listing to lectures, subscribed to photography blogs. I am constantly working on bettering myself and my craft.
Body - Anything that enriches you physically. It could mean to workout more, eat better, drink less something along those lines. I personally try to drink more water and take my dog for a 1hr walk each day. I'm upping the anty this year by adding running once a week and eating less meat.
Spirit - I'm not particularly a religious person, but religions or not, I think everyone can have spiritual goals. Examples are being more positive, staying in the present, meditate, giving more time to your favorite hobby, spend time with friends and family, be more social or meet someone special. Anything that is just for you, where you can turn off the world and its pressures and just take a moment to be grateful for what you have, refocus on what you want and completely enjoy a simple pleasure in life.
Career - Anything related to your art that you would like to accomplish. If you want to have an exhibit, make more money, write more, make better connections, network, market yourself, get better at public speaking or learn new art techniques, whatever it might be for you. Remember that private jet you said you wanted this year, this is the section to put it in. Why? Well because you need to achieve goals in your career to make more money to buy that private jet. Use this section for your wants as well, new camera, bigger apartment, faster car, etc.
I started organizing my goals into these parts when I relocated to France, I realized that being a freelancer more and more of my time and goals was focused on work. I was neglecting other parts like my spirit and body. Being a freelancer your life can quickly be all about work and finding a new client as soon as possible, but it is important to still make time for you. Give yourself work hours, weekends and vacations, this will keep you from burning out and becoming overwhelmed with all the hats you have to wear as an artist. Taking time away also can help you recharge your creativity (read previous post about taking time off here) and find new inspirations.
Grab your pen and paper and start cleaning up that goal list. If you find that you are missing goals for a particular section than take a moment to add a new goal for that section. All fours parts are important for your sanity so don't neglect any of them!