Planning my Time to Achieve my Goals
Decide: What Do You Want?
It’s easy in lose track of our goals when the day to day details of life bury us. Take a few days to schedule some quiet time and consider what you want to work towards. Then use this article to recharge by learning how to organize your time and life.
Examine the actions you need to take to achieve your goals and the challenges that are facing you. Then design a hour by hour road map for your daily tasks. Work in at least 15 minutes a day of time to work on your goals. Plan how you can fit that time into your life’s responsibilities and existing habits.
Then look at your time with a weekly perspective. Divide your goal into five smaller chucks and pick one day each weekday to focus on the smaller pieces of your goal. Perhaps Mondays you will spend your goal dedicated time on research and Tuesdays you will practice new skills. This is practice for self discipline and positive habit development.
Measuring Your Success
How do you measure your success in reaching your goals? Measuring success is a combination of intuition and appraising quantitative results. Spent time envisioning how you will achieve your goals and the positive road signs you will see along your road to completing your goal.
Print one of these for each of your goals.
Set one day each month when you spend time reviewing your successes and misses.
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