Setting up for Success: A Daily Plan for Getting Closer to Your Dreams

This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 5. Today’s challenge is to create a daily success plan and schedule a time in the day to fit it in. Then write a blog post about what you will do, when you will do it, and how it will get you closer to your dreams. Here’s goes!

Daily Success Plan

I watched Natalie’s video and decided to investigate the Pomodoro technique. This is when you set up 25-minute sessions and then take a 5-minute break! I used something similar in the past but got out of the habit and started to let other things dominate my time. I’ve now installed a Pomodoro Chrome app on my laptop and am timing myself as I write this blog. This should help me stay super focused!

Getting closer to my Dreams!

My dream is to have a large element of my income from online training so I can live a location independent lifestyle. I’ve been working on this with my business partner, Sammy Teather, but we both keep letting the day-to-day get in the way.

So, my plan is to spend 90 minutes a day working on my business rather than in my business. I will dedicate this time to developing my courses, the website, landing pages, and email series that all need to go with the courses.

I’ve tried working for 90 minutes on my business before however, I do have a low threshold of boredom(!).  I usually end up doing about an hour before I get distracted and lose focus. So I applied the Pomodoro technique today and success! It worked and I was able to focus fully for the 3 x 25-minute sessions. The 5-minute breaks in between gave me coffee and stretch time!

Today over Skype, Sammy and I mapped out the series of courses we plan to offer. We also started our website re-design at Teather and Morrison Online, changing the colour scheme and logo in line with our new offerings. That was another 25-minute session!

The Plan

My plan is to work on my business for three Pomodoro sessions each day. I will identify my three MIAs each day, Most Important Actions, and work on them in that time slot. I tried this today so I know it will take me to where I want to go.

That’s it for now – my Pomodoro timer has just appeared so I’m going to take a 5-minute break!

See you on Day 6!

10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge

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