I’ve let you know how to create a successful brand strategy and outlined the crucial milestones of our blogging system. However, the question remains: how do we translate these markers into a tangible action plan that we can follow step-by-step to achieve our end goal? Our aim is to generate a full-time income within 24 months, and I’m currently working on a time-sensitive project. Therefore, I will guide you through the process of converting our strategies and milestones into an actionable plan that will inform what we work on every day to progress toward our goal.
The biggest hurdle people face in accomplishing their objectives is not knowing precisely what to work on each day, or even in ten-minute intervals of time, to make progress. Therefore, we need a more specific action plan that goes beyond milestones. In a previous video, I introduced my project, Double Time, and demonstrated how I deconstructed my ultimate goal into specific milestones. To create a more precise action plan, we work backward from the end goal to determine the exact steps we must take to achieve it, breaking them down into specific objectives, milestones, and a timeline.
However, I failed to outline the much more specific action plan required to achieve the daily or moment-to-moment tasks needed to move closer to the end goal. As a result, I’m already behind on achieving my objectives for the month, which could result in me having to work much harder later on to achieve my goal. In this video, I’ll delve deeper into constructing an actionable plan and demonstrate how to create a daily plan that precisely informs what needs to be accomplished each day.
By breaking down our ultimate goal into specific objectives and milestones, we can pinpoint precisely what needs to be accomplished by the end of each month. For instance, in months one through three of my project, I aim to have written 170 articles of content for my website. Therefore, by the end of month two, I need to complete 120 articles’ worth of search analysis and write at least 100 articles, with the remaining 20 articles either in progress or to be tackled at the start of month three. If I can achieve this content-wise, I’ll be well on my way to achieving the milestones required to reach my end goal.
However, a month is too long a time period to be specific about what needs to be accomplished each day. Thus, I need to break it down further, creating a more precise daily plan. For example, I only have three more working weeks left in February, so I need to find 60 more topics for search analysis and write 81 blog posts. To achieve this, I’ll need to outsource some of my writing, which means ordering the content and providing detailed notes to the team.
To create the daily plan, I need to dedicate at least a couple of hours each day to work on these tasks, utilizing the little blocks of time in between to accomplish other smaller tasks such as brainstorming, outlining a blog post, or doing search analysis. I can optimize my productivity by breaking my time down into focused, hour-long blocks for the significant tasks and utilizing the small, in-between moments for the smaller ones.
In conclusion, it’s critical to know where you are with respect to achieving your goal, whether you’re on track, ahead, or behind. By breaking your goal and action plan down into shorter time periods, setting specific milestones, and creating a precise timeline, you can ensure you stay on track, avoid falling behind and accomplish your big goals.
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