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Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan - Part 2

Published on 9/4/2011
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Let's stay on the train until we get to our destination! This is one of the challenges to victory - short sightedness and almost a sense of attention deficit disorder. But staying on point, with blinders on, will help you get to your goal with precision. HOW ARE WE GOING TO EAT THAT ELEPHANT? One bite at a time. Now you’ve identified the your destination, let’s deal with the stops along the way, or sub-tasks. Break your goal down into mini goals or tasks, each connected to a more short term deadline. Think of the process as a puzzle - the picture on the box is the end goal - the sub-tasks are strategies to first find the corner pieces, and then the straight edges, to frame the picture. You will then likely look for color patterns, shapes or themes and group them together. And you may continue on, interjecting your own unique style and priorities into the process. And so it will be likewise deciding on the layout and order of your sub-tasks. Here are some ideas to help you identify and prioritize your action steps: Consider the natural sequence of events. Knowing you can’t put the cart before the horse, what is the most logical order of tasks? Which necessary resources do you presently have on hand that will help you in completing your tasks? Which resources might you be lacking that you may have to buy or borrow to get the job done? What actions can you take independently, i.e. you can move forward without dependence on or assistance from others? What can you do to keep each task in front of you until its completion? Write out each sub-task and a related check list to make sure all bases are covered. *** Find a GOOD ACCOUNTABILITY PARTNER (or two). Someone to help you stretch, grow, and reach new heights. Learn to invite and even welcome constructive criticism - it will MAKE YOU BETTER, STRONGER, WISER. Start your path to success by surrounding yourself with like minds - people who want to be more, do more, have more. How do you find a SURPLUS of people like this? I'm so glad you asked! CLICK HERE and do what I do:===>> http://www.ibourl.com/d13 It is a LOT of fun and it takes the pressure off of hunting people down and begging them to join your success team. Learn to work smarter while you are building a band of professionals! Working smarter is so much more FUN... All the Best, Coach Kim
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