It’s the end of the year and I bet you are already in planning mood. I know I am. Actually I am for weeks. I’m arranging and re-arranging with the help of the Passion Planner, I’m doing the work for the next year so I don’t need to take care of it anymore and then I get something in mind and start over again 😀 Well, I don’t say that it’s not FUN – actually it is. I like it because it all feels fresh and new. The question is why we just do it at the end of a year. I mean we could do it every month and adjust our goals and needs.
So the main question is not if we do it, the question is how we do it. I have several tools I use: I use the notes section on my Mac. This is a program where you can check off all the things you list and I find that really helpful because I can type it into my iPhone and it is also on the computer. If you have a Windows Computer I’m sure there is something similar or at least you can find a similar program on the web and use that. If nothing else you can always use Google Docs.
While it really helps to add everything to my phone and computer I also like planning in a planner. The Passion Planner is for me a synonym for goal setting because it has these special sections to do exactly that and asks the right questions for the goals you have in 3 months, a year and 5 years. Where do you want to be in 5 years at this time?
Goal setting and planning them out with the Passion Planner helps big times. It’s not just the where-do-you-want-to-be-question. The question is also how to break these goals down so you can manage them and actually reach them. With the Passion Planner you break down these big goals into small chunks and you feel much less overwhelmed. That’s why I really like it. I usually use some stickers to brush up the Planner a bit but as you can see it’s far from perfect. Just a tool that helps me to stay on track. The good thing is that you can now get the Passion Planner on Amazon for much less than before because you don’t pay that much shipping anymore. So if you are interested have a look here.
That being said on Christmas Day I just want to wish you a wonderful day with your family and friends.
Merry Christmas to you!