Learn how to use an outline for a yearly review. This can help you become more strategic and purpose-oriented with your time management.
- Whether you're trying to accomplish a career … or a personal goal, yearly planning has great value … in shaping your schedule for success. … The process begins with having one goal, … a result, in mind. … Ask yourself, what is the one result I want this year … that I'm not getting right now? … Use that goal for your yearly planning, … and divide it into parts to create a schedule for progress. … To simplify this example, … let's imagine I wanted to save … $1,000 by the end of the year … and I'm starting on January 1st. … Insert the result you want and follow the same steps. … We're going to divide and schedule, … over and over, until we're left with just one … simple, manageable action step. … First, I'm going to schedule time on December 31st, … the end of the year, for reviewing my bank account … and seeing the money there. … Second, I schedule time at the midway point. … Since today is January 1st, … the midway point is going to be July 1st. … Third, I ask where do I need to be at the midway point? …
- List one recommended tip to help schedule appointments more efficiently.
- Explain the benefits of delegating repetitive tasks.
- Identify how to estimate the length of a task.
- Recall a useful way to help focus your weekly planning.