When people talk about planning, usually they talk about planning your day, planning your week, or even your quarter or year. But what about higher-level strategic planning?
In this episode, we’re going to talk about making sure you are doing the right things and making sure that what you are doing is actually taking you where you want to go using the 5-step strategic planning we use ourselves.
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- This week’s top 3 productivity resources [2:15]
- Why strategic planning isn’t just for your boss [5:01]
- The importance of a distinct and clear vision in strategic planning [8:07]
- What you need to research to make your planning a success [16:04]
- The ideal outcome of the research process and what it will provide for you [23:52]
- The strategy of how to implement your ideas, and why knowing where you are is the best way to get started [29:51]
- Brooks’s and Thanh’s strategy development processes [40:26]
- Why the strategy planning matters so much when execution comes around [44:13]
- How to improve your execution as you go [48:01]
- What a review of your plan can do for you and your future [53:37]
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- 3 Simple Steps To Win The Last Quarter Of The Year (TPS269)
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that’s right Your professional aspirations must start with an awareness of who you are and what is important to you. The key in writing your goals is to make them accountable and so measurable, specific and time-focused.
right your professional aspirations must start with an awareness of who you are and what is important to you. The key in writing your goals is to make them accountable and so measurable, specific and time-focused.