Productive and Efficient Daily Success Plan

Productive and Efficient Daily Success Plan brings Freedom

Productive and Efficient Daily Success Plan brings Freedom

If I utilised a Daily Success Plan for my Freedom Plan Business, my perfect day would be productive and efficient.  Today’s Blog Challenge invites me to describe what I would do, when I would do it and how I would feel once I had completed my daily plan.

Natalie Sisson’s 3 guidelines are a great starting point.

  • Our work space needs to be clear and uncluttered. Ideally, in our own home office area, with no distractions from well-meaning friends or family members who may not realise we are actually working!
  • Then, we need to set the 3 most important actions for the day.
  • We work most efficiently when we have a deadline, so the Pomodoro Method (working in 25 minute intervals) is a very effective method to keep on track and working to the assigned task – no distractions!

My home study is peaceful, and I aim to keep the tiny desk free of clutter. To do so, and to remain productive and efficient, I need to keep papers to a minimum.  One of my daily success plan tasks is to pay bills as they come in, and file the paperwork immediately.  I do admit to having piles of ‘things to do’ that I am working on…. Writing and filing notes from meetings I attend, keeping my Professional Development folder current etc.

I receive a fair amount of correspondence via email, concerning initiatives I am involved in. I don’t always answer each on the day I receive them as some require contemplation before response.

I am pondering how to advance my business, and have been consulting with coaches and participating in online courses / workshops – like this blogging challenge!

I can easily list 3 of my top current important actions for my daily success plan:

  1. Work on revising my website and eBook
  2. Write my blog
  3. Pay any due invoices, correspondence, filing

I would focus on the first one early in the morning, before my ‘other work’, and then complete the rest in the evening ‘after hours’. To hold myself accountable, I could tick off the activities in my diary, or I could go so far as to draw up a planner to keep track of the activities.

I already feel energised and enthusiastic, having used the Pomodoro timing segmsnts

to write this blog. This has been a most productive and efficient use of my Saturday morning,

How do you hold yourself accountable – I would love you to share!

Share on Facebook

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *