In 20 Minutes Prioritize Your Weekly Goals with Free Worksheets
According to psychologytoday.com, daily planners help people with time management and can improve productivity.
If you find that you’re not getting what you want done weekly, it’s probably because you haven’t sat down to make a plan. Of course, executing the plan is the secret sauce.
FREE 20 Min Weekly Goal Worksheets
Establish a routine for planning out your week to help you stick with it. I recommend Sunday mornings. As soon as you get up, make a cup of tea and coffee, and take 15-20 minutes to plan out your week. Yup, you can do it in 15 minutes! Also, I suggest having a designated area that you go to every Sunday to help establish that routine.
Decide what the top three things are you want to accomplish for the week and then break them up into mini task. Each day prioritize the top three things that must get done that day to work towards your goal.
Make sure your top three goals for the week are doable and clear. For example, instead of saying “workout” say “workout three times.” Or instead of saying “create newsletter” say “create a newsletter schedule for next quarter.” Mini task for the newsletter can be: research topics, come up with subject lines, or collect photos.
If you’re not the greatest at execution, use your digital calendar for reminders. Set up specific time blocks for the tasks that you need to accomplish.
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