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Execute Success: The Third Ingredient to Success

Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival. Sir Winston Churchhill

continuation from BLOG posting: benchmark planning

Executing Your Plan

The execution phase brings together the planning and discipline concepts from the last postings and pieces together a strategy for time management and execution of your tasks. Our discussion continues with Section II:

Section II: Role Planning

It would be nice if we could spend all of our time on our goals. But life comes with many responsibilities that compete for our time. These responsibilities may include our roles as fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, students, bosses, scout leaders, etc. We even need time for play and recreation. You will find that role responsibilities along with goal assignments make for a busy schedule that needs to be managed.

There are a number of everyday tasks and/or appointments that must be completed. You will need to plan these everyday tasks along side with your goal planning tasks. Let’s illustrate these concepts using the steps below:

Step 1: Take a blank piece of paper and list your individual roles. A role represents a responsibility that you manage. Examples may include your role as a family member; e.g., father, mother, son, daughter, etc. You may also have a role as a student or worker.

Some of your job-related roles may include your different management responsibilities at work. Other roles may include your church, synagog and other outside organizations. Also include your role as an individual. Each of these roles will impact how you manage your time and activities.

Step 2: Take the Role Planning Sheet from (Appendix Form-M) . List in the respective spaces the roles that you identified in Step-1 (illustrated below):

Step 3: Assign a task, if any, that you must complete during the week for each respective role. Note in the illustration the assignment of a recreation role. You may want to set aside some time for play and recreation.

Step 4: You will complete the Role Planning Sheet for each week.

Take time this week to assign your role planning as it relates to your personal life and goals. Next time, we will discuss task planning these individual role assignments.
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