Personal productivity Plan
Creating your own productivity plan will not only help you to make better decisions and remind you of where you want to go, but it can effectively manage your growth and move you forward in your career and personal life.
This Personal productivity Plan will help you figure out how to think ahead, plan your days more efficiently and evaluate your goals more effectively.
You can create a plan with just your work in mind, so that you can enhance productivity in the workplace. Or you can create a plan for your personal life so you can spend quality time with family and friends.
Or better yet, you can create a plan for your entire day, yes for both work, personal and social life because I believe that in order for you to be productive in your day you will have to put some kind of structure in your every day’s life which include personal and social life.
A productivity plan is made up of:
- what you need to do
- Recognizing when you need to do it
- Then creating a schedule on how it can be done.
When creating your productivity plan, you need to understand your big picture, you need to know where you’re going and why you want to go there. Things like your value, vision and goals are the foundation of your productivity plan.
Productivity Plan Step 1: List everything out
The first thing to do in creating your productivity plan is to make a list of all the task that you will need to do in a day.
For instance, if you want to do to the gym, visit a friend and finish up a work task. Write down every single task that you need to do for that day.
Productivity Plan Step 2: prioritize your task
The second step is to re-organize your list in order of importance. Place your most important tasks at the top and the lowest tasks at the bottom.
Important task in this context are those task that will help you progress towards your goal. They are those ones that will help you achieve your goals. So keep those in mind while doing this step.
Productivity Plan Step 3: Designate a time slot
The next step is to note your time. To do that, you need to know how much time each task requires so if you have one hour to complete your tasks, your total time available is one hour.
For instance, if you are going to spend one hour in writing a report then note it down.
Productivity Plan Step 4: Do the work
This step is where you take action. Work with your list, stay focused and on track, so you can make the progress that you want by putting in real, meaningful work.
Productivity Plan Step 5: Track your plan.
Finally, you should always track your plan to see if it meets the overall purpose which is to achieve your goal. This help emphasize where you’ve improved (which boosts your confidence and motivation), it also shows you what areas your excelling in and what areas you need work.
Track Your Progression by asking
1, Roadblocks I’ve faced that is preventing me from getting this done
2, what do I need to improve on.
3, what I’ve achieved
Don’t just chalk this post up to a “good read.” No. Put in the work!
Go ahead and create your very own productivity plan and start moving faster and more effectively towards your goal.
Create your plan at the end of each day with your next day in mind so that when you wake up, you are ready to start working your plan without having to waste time in figuring out what to do.
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