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To accomplish our goals we must distill our dreams into daily actions. m i c h a e l h ya t t

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Goal Detail goal summary  /   Write your smarter goal.

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next steps  /   List the first few actions you need to take to reach your goal.

your reward  /   Decide how you will celebrate once you achieve your goal.

streaktracker ™  /   Check off your progress as you go (helpful for habit goals). M1

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Goal Detail goal summary  /   Write your smarter goal.

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key motivations  

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Rolling Quarters Q UART ER / YEAR A

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

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Daily Rituals Morning Ritual #

activities  /  Write down each item in your ritual.

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A solid routine fosters a well-worn groove for one’s mental energies. mason curre y

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activities  /  Write down each item in your ritual.

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activities  /  Write down each item in your ritual.

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Weekly Preview Step 1

my biggest wins  /   List 3-5 major accomplishments from the past week.

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after action review  /   Refer to your last Weekly Big 3.

How far did you get?

What worked? What didn’t?

What will you keep, improve, start, or stop doing?

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Review what happened. Preview what’s going to happen. Now create your plan. michael hyatt

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list sweep  /   Process tasks and action items.

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Add any Big 3 or Other Tasks you didn’t complete to your task manager.

delegated tasks Add unassigned tasks or desired status updates to your task manager. daily notes

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Add any assignments or action items to your task manager.

weekly overview  /   List important events, deadlines, and tasks in the coming

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Step 5 weekly big 3  /  List three objectives to advance your goals and projects this week.

Step 6 self-care planner  /  Brainstorm below, then schedule your rejuvenation on the Daily Pages. sleep

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Quarterly Preview Step 1 my biggest wins  /  List your top accomplishments from the past quarter.

Step 2 after action review  /  Refer to your goals for this past quarter. How far did you get?

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You don’t have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow. carrie fisher

Step 3 life plan review  /  Connect with your long-range vision. If you have a life plan, read through it. Is there anything you need to revise, remove, or replace? If you don’t have a life plan, skip this step for now. If you want to learn how to create a life plan, read Living Forward by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy.

Step 4 annual goal review  /  Connect with your yearly goals. Check your Annual Goals. Do you need to revise, remove, or replace any? Rewrite your goals, along with any adjustments, on the Annual Goals page of your next planner. In your new planner, indicate which goals will get your quarterly focus. Limit yourself to two or three per quarter. Complete your new Goal Detail pages. Rewriting ensures you internalize your goals, stay connected to your why, and improve the likelihood of achievement.

Step 5 monthly calendar review  /  Schedule next quarter’s “big rocks.” Turn to the Monthly Calendar pages of your new planner and write in the following items focusing on the “big rocks.” Then, if you want, do the same for the Rolling Quarters. MAJOR EVENTS

MAJOR DEADLINES

MAJOR PROJECTS

REJUVENATION TIME

Step 6 ideal week review  /  Tweak your Ideal Week based on your experience. Turn to the Ideal Week pages of your current planner. Is there anything you want to revise, remove, or replace? If so, do that in the Ideal Week pages of your new planner.

Step 7 daily rituals review  /  Tweak your Daily Rituals based on your experience. Turn to the Daily Rituals pages of your current planner. Is there anything you want to revise, remove, or replace? If so, do that in the Daily Rituals pages of your new planner.

Step 8 new daily pages  /  Enter the dates into your new planner. Enter the dates on the Daily Pages in your new planner for the first week or two of the new quarter.

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If you don’t write your ideas down, they could leave your head before you even leave the room. richard branson

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