Today’s episode opens up with a great Planner Peace submission from Millicent!
– Day Designer Monthly (I think this is what she is referring to!)
– Essential Calendar (this link and use code BESTLAIDPLANS at checkout for 10% off!)
11 steps for breaking up big projects. In brief, these include:
1- Envision the End
2- Think about Timeline.
3- Think about Team (and learning from others who have been there)
4- Start mapping out the steps. Not necessarily EVERY step. But, always good to know first step / next step / any time-sensitive step or bottleneck
5- Decide what time frame makes sense to ‘hold’ your project
6- Figure out where you will keep everything related to the project
7- Assign yourself the first step with a specific time frame. (Take the plunge!)
8- Set a calendar date with yourself to review progress / define next steps / make edits
9- Have an off ramp or the ability to table it if you can!
10- CELEBRATE completions – of each step, of the project as a whole! Thank those involved and share your victories.
11- Postmortem – think about what worked, what didn’t, and where to store notes/etc for next time!
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This episode absolutely ruled and it was SO helpful with a big work project I’m in early stages of! Would love more eps like this in the future!!
aww, thank you so much!!!
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