In a previous post, I talked about five steps that are the framework for your action plan. But what does an action plan look like?
I’ve created a series of 10 worksheets to help you build your action plan. You can download them for free.
Your action plan is where you set up your tasks, budget and schedule to achieve your idea or goal. It can get more complicated than that, but this is a good place to start.
To keep things simple for now, I would recommend starting with the following four worksheets:
The first one, called THINKING SMART, is where you will define your idea or goal so you know exactly what it is you want to achieve.
The second worksheet you’ll need is the CALL TO ACTION. List all of the tasks you need to do to achieve your desired outcome.
The BUDGET is the third worksheet I recommend using to identify any costs involved.
And finally, the fourth worksheet is the WEEKLY TASK SCHEDULE. Take all of the tasks you listed on the Call to Action and put them in your schedule - one task per day - to keep you moving forward.
You can also check out my book for a step-by-step guide to creating your action plan.