Week 1, Day 1

PLAN YOUR WEEK

Find a quiet place where you can find 20 – 30 mins to:

  1. Connect with your mission, roles and goals
  2. Schedule the Big Rocks. Ask the Big Rocks Question: ‘What are the one or two most important things I can do in this role this week?’
  3. Organize the rest (The pebbles and sand). Schedule the other tasks and activities around you Big Rocks.

HABIT 3: PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

How do effective people plan?  Effective people plan every week at the start of the week.What is the difference?

What is an example of common practice of planning?  A common practice is to plan sporadically* or not to plan at all.

The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.

Review coming soon! (Very!)

*sporadically – occasionally

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