Creating a roadmap to success: you have to have a plan

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Planning is key to success! It helps us set goals, prioritize tasks, and allocate resources efficiently. With a plan, we can save time and energy on necessary tasks and take advantage of significant opportunities. It is also the key to freedom and creating the life you want rather than one directed to you by others. So remember to take a few minutes to plan out your day, week, or even year. Investing a little time in planning will pay off in the long run.

A plan is a document that outlines the steps needed to achieve a specific goal. It can be a short-term plan, such as a to-do list for the day, or a long-term plan, such as a strategic business plan. 

Tips for writing a plan:

  1. Define the goal: Clearly state what the plan is intended to achieve.
  2. Break the goal down into smaller, more manageable steps: This will make it easier to track progress and make any necessary adjustments along the way.
  3. Determine the resources needed: Identify any resources that will be required to complete the plan, such as time, money, or personnel.
  4. Establish a timeline: Set deadlines for each step in the plan.
  5. Review and revise the plan: As you work through the plan, it may be necessary to make adjustments. Regularly review and update the plan to ensure it is still on track to achieve the desired goal.

In developing a long-term plan, you should set up your vision of the good you want to achieve, the bad you want to avoid and the principles you want to operate within. You should include everything you love to do, including leisure, and progressively develop the habits you want to build over time using a calendar app. You can then design the days you would most like to have and the things that are good for you.

You should plan your day obsessively, using your calendar to time block the things you want to achieve that will lead you to meet your long-term vision and create the life you want to live. You need a plan for the next three years, the next year, the next three months, the next month, the coming week, the day, and the hour. 

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