Conducting a review of your plan in any area of your life can be extremely valuable. It was my ticket to obtaining big results. Keep reading and you'll learn why.
Often times, we don't really know if something is working or not. As we learned last week, things don't always go according to plan, and you don't know that unless you really start looking at what is and what isn't working.
Even if you don't have anything written down in the form of a formal plan, you can still take advantage of the many benefits of reviewing what you've done so far. Here are 5 reasons why reviewing and revising is so vital to creating and maintaining success and obtaining big results in your work and life.
I learned the hard way that you can't always get things exactly as you plan. In fact I still don't get it. By nature, I am a planner. I love to make plans. I have big business growth plans, to my meditation plan, down to planning out how I am going to clean and organize my closet!
I love planning tools too. There was a time when I had so many planners, I couldn't keep track of all my plans. Though that crazy multiple planners phase has passed, I still plan out all sorts of things in my ONE journal. And though I have these amazing plans, it has become clearer and clearer that not everything goes according to plan.
I have learned to embrace and celebrate accomplishing the goal. Whether it went according to plan becomes irrelevant for the most part. I also learned that it is still VERY important to plan and planning is my NUMBER ONE time saving strategy. I'll tell you why.