A simple 3 step process to break your goals down into bite sizes pieces
Thursday’s are a great day to take a minute + celebrate all you’ve done for the week (and there’s still one more work day to get some more of your todo list crossed off), and I’m sure you’ve done a whole lot more than you realise.
I have a confession … I actually don’t drink coffee. My husband roasts his own beans and enjoys enough for the two of us.
What makes today extra special is that we’re off to see Toy Story 4. (insert an excited squeal here!)
These movies have been part of our family for almost two decades. And as our son is into a bunch of fun creative computer stuff, we’re looking forward to the incredible animation techniques we’ve only seen hints of in the previews.
Making an animated movie is no small feat!
make it easy to succeed
break your goals into bite sized pieces
Keep the momentum growing
Like many of our goals, it takes a lot of time, planning + effort to see our dream become a reality.
The key to keeping the momentum growing is to break goal down into mini projects, and those projects into tasks.
It’s how you eat an elephant … one bite at a time.
This year our family was continuing a big project we started late last year, to build a room in our back yard. And if you’ve even undertaken a building project, you’ll know it’s no small goal.
Sometimes things are all exciting and happening fast, like this week as the walls go up inside.
And other times it’s sooooo slow and feels like it’s taking forever to get anything done. Hello painting the outside. that took so much longer than anticipated.
The way we’ve stayed on top of the project and kept moving towards our goal was to break it down into projects and then breakdown those projects into tasks.
Let me show you how we do it …
Here’s how we do it
At the beginning of each month we outline what project we’re focusing on.
Each week we have a family meeting and we break down that project into tasks for the upcoming week, and schedule who’s doing what in the calendar.
If it’s not scheduled, it most likely won’t get done!
#proTip : Something always pops up to distract us from our best intentions, that’s life. So putting what’s important in the calendar helps to hold us accountable.
I don’t know about you, but I really don’t like moving things in the calendar because it got bumped out, especially when it was important. I’ll think twice about brushing it aside for something else that ‘seems’ urgent.
success = goals > monthly projects > weekly tasks
So that’s me quick and easy way of breaking down a goal to make sure progress is made + success is achieved.
Success comes when you #takeAction
Use my simple 3 step process for breaking down your goals into bite sized pieces in your FUSElife Planner.
2. Monthly Project : Note down your project on your Focus and/or Monthly Master pages, a great way to stay focused on the ‘one thing’ you’re doing right now towards your goal
Rinse and repeat steps 2 + 3 until your goal is complete! And don’t forget to celebrate your progress along the way.
#proTip : Make it easy for yourself to succeed and break it down! Goals > Monthly projects > Weekly Tasks #truthTalk
Follow this 3 step process and break down your goals into bite sized pieces. You can begin taking action in the margins of your day to make your dreams a reality!
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