For Part 2 of The Intuitive Workweek I’m going to walk you through my approach to quarterly, monthly, and weekly planning. The reason I’m sharing this with you and dedicating an entire section to it is because I’ve seen how impactful it has been in both my own journey and my clients too when it comes to intuitively working in our business.
This section is broken down into three steps that follow on from Part 1:
- Step Four: Quarterly Planning
- Step Five: Monthly Planning
- Step Six: Weekly Planning
This part of The Intuitive Workweek has some very practical and tangible steps for you so you can start to really intuitively plan and execute in your business along the way. Once we feel in-control and on top of our workload, that’s when we can truly start to feel fulfilled and productive in our work.
Something that has shaped my own approach to how I work in my business is the book Essentialism by Greg McKeown - if you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend giving it a read. It would be the perfect companion to this program as it really digs deep into how you can get super laser-focused in your work so you stop wasting time doing the things that don’t truly matter.
Before we jump into Part 2, I want to encourage you to make the process I outline here work best for you. Don’t be afraid to take what works best for you and leave the rest - but you may need to experiment a little bit to find the best groove for you. You will probably need to specify your approach to planning depending on your business model and how you work best - but hopefully through the process I walk you through in this section you can start to discover the best way forward for you.
And in the long run, don’t be afraid if your process starts to evolve a little - everyone’s does. The secret of working intuitively is checking in regularly with ourselves so we don’t just work on autopilot - the more we stay connected to our core desires and goals, the more we can work in a productive and fulfilling way.
Let’s jump in...