Its January 2017 and everyone is talking about their New Year resolutions. I have tried so hard to ignore it until now. The purpose of this blog is to provide you with a tool that will allow you to create your Personal One Page Plan for where you want to be in 10 years, 3 years and 1 year. This is all about getting rid of last minute New Year’s resolutions. Drives me crazy!!
6 Key Questions to create your Personal One Page Plan:
Q1: What are your personal core values? List 3-5 core values.
Q2: What is your personal core purpose? What are you most passionate about?
Q3: Where do you personally want to be in 10 years? Gut it out – write it down.
Q4: Where do you personally want to be in 3 Years? Gut it out – write it down. Fiscally as well as your 3 Year Highly Achievable Personal Goal. Where do you want to be with Family, Faith, Friends, and Fitness.
Q5: Where do you personally want to be in 1 Year? Gut it out – write it down. Fiscally as well as your 1 Year Highly Achievable Personal Goal. Where do you want to be with Family, Faith, Friends, and Fitness.
Q6: What do you have to do in the next 90 days to achieve your 1 year goal? Write down your 3-5 priorities in order of priority.
This should take no more than one page. Put this up in a place where you will look at it everyday. At the end of 90 days(For example: At the end of March before April starts) – update the plan with your current thoughts and put it up in the same visible place each. Do this every 90 days going forward.
Why I am in love with the Personal One Page Plan is that you are setting goals for yourself founded on what you believe in and passionate about aligned to where you want to go – 10 years, 3 Years, and 1 year away. Time flies in life and if we do not set out our direction and ensure we have short and long term goals we will never get there. So don’t just set goals at the beginning of the year – set goals every 90 days aligned to your annual, 3 year and 10 year plan.
To help you with this building this plan – Please download your Personal One Page Plan here.