Every goalkeeper knows that a successful goal setting starts with a plan. As a famous explorer once said, "It's all very well knowing where you're going, but you also need to know how you're going to get there."
Each goal will have a total map, but the same is the schedule for each day. What exactly are you going to do every day to move one day closer to your dream?
Here are three basic things a good schedule needs.
- Managing Scarves . Each task has to break into smaller parts known as chunks. The size of the clutch must be such that it can be completed in an hour or two. So if your daily schedule calls for writing the entire section of the book, you must make sure that this is something you can expect to complete at that time. If not, consider writing a half chapter or a certain number of words instead. Why?
- Because of the diversity is the spice of life . If your daily schedule simply consists of a list of things that are all the same, you will be very quick to die your task. Yes, writing a book requires a lot of similar work, but you will find it much more effective and fun if you can change each section with other projects. For example, try typing 1,000 words and then pause to delete an hour by editing the previous chapter or writing the section of the index or dropping the next part of the story or developing one of your characters.
- Change the day to the time . An effective plan recognizes two things. First, this time discipline is necessary and secondly, it is not an accurate science. You might have a good idea of how long it takes you to write 1,000 words, but sometimes it may take you long and sometimes, if it works well, it might take much less. A well-designed program will allow more time for all tasks but be flexible enough to take advantage of unexpected free time too.
Give yourself a plan like this every day and you'll be amazed at how efficient you will be in a very short time.