How To Find Next Year’s Plan in Last Year’s Review (FS034)
In this episode we’ve got resources and tips for conducting an annual review and creating solid plans for next year.
We’re all learning on our feet in this one and you get to hear us conduct some of our own annual review right in this episode.
What gets measured gets improved. Here’s our best tips to improve your plans for next year by looking at how you did this past year.
Yearly Planning & Review Resources
The Art of Non-Conformity » How to Conduct Your Own Annual Review — “The idea is to create a road map for the year ahead – not a rigid daily schedule, but an overall outline of what matters to me and what I hope to achieve in the next year.”
Storyline Productivity Schedule — “For years professionals have tried to manage their time, but what they really needed to manage was their mental energy.”
Free Planners – Productive Flourishing — “After years of struggling with the planners designed for and by office workers, I figured out that it wasn’t me that was the problem: it was the design of the planners.”
How I Plan My Week (My 5-Step Process + free workbook download) | Live Your Legend — “Below is the process I go through every Monday morning – I’ve made a couple modifications over the years.”
The Productivity Course
We talked a bit about my Essentials of Productivity course within Fizzle. It goes in deep on hard-fought tips like the ViNO method, the AAAC list and the CEO vs. Worker Bee stuff we mention in this episode.
I encourage you to checkout the course if you haven’t yet. If you’re not a Fizzler, this is just one of the loads of courses you get access to at your own pace. (And it only costs a buck to try out).
I’ve taken a lot of courses and been involved in several paid communities since I started my business, but I’ve never ever felt like anyone CARED as much about seeing my reach my goals as the Fizzle Team. They show up for me as much as I show up for myself. Thank you SO much, you guys!
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