Simple Success Blog Planner: How To Use

Welcome to the Simple Success Planner!

CLICK HERE to download the full planner file.

Get ready to PLAN a SUCCESSFUL future for YOUR blog!

The Simple Success Blog Planner contains Worksheets and Calendars so you can envision, plan, and reach your blogging goals – so you realize YOUR successful future.

Everything you need to get a head start on your success is here.  All you have to do to ensure you plan and execute tasks that will lead you to reaching your goals – no matter how large or small they are – is follow the steps below.

STEPS TO SIMPLE SUCCESS:

  • Imagine

Begin with the “Imagine” exercise.  Describe the future you’re after.  Don’t hold back!  Dream big!  You can get there!

  • Goals

Next, you’ll complete the “Goals” exercise.  Your future begins with the goals you have, and your biggest three will guide you to success.

  • Sticking Points

Identifying the things that could get in your way is the first step to learning how to deal with them, and that’s what you’ll do in the “Sticking Points” exercise.

  • Moving Forward

Nothing is going to get in your way, so in the “Moving Forward” exercise, you’ll address just how you’ll overcome those sticking points, so you reach your goals.

  • Commitment

Having goals is the first step, but knowing why those goals matter will keep you on track, focused, and excited about the future.  In the “Commitment” exercise, you’ll outline the reasons behind each of your goals.

  • Steps

Next, you’ll use the three “Steps” exercises to break your three goals into the three steps you’ll take to reach them.  And to keep you focused and on track, you’ll set deadlines.

  • Taking Action

You’ve got two “Taking Action” action exercises to complete next.  The first asks you to define the three things you’ll do this month to reach your current goal.  The second asks you to break that down more by defining the three things you’ll do this week to move toward your current goal.  (You’ll complete a new weekly “Taking Action” exercise every 7 days.)

  • Planning

It’s time to break your week into tasks, which is exactly what you’ll do in the “Planning” exercise.  I’ve provided you with options for weeks that begin on either Sunday or Monday.  (You’ll complete a new “Planning” exercise every 7 days.)

  • Accountability

At the end of each day, you’ll complete the “Accountably” exercise.  You’ll note whether or not you met your daily goals, and how you did, or why you didn’t.  I’ve provided you with options for weeks that begin on either Sunday or Monday.

  • Weekly Assessment

To wrap up your week, you’ll tackle the “Weekly Assessment” exercise.  Using the information you noted each day on your “Accountability” worksheet, reflect on the whole week, and make note of what worked well, and what needs improvement.  Next week, you’ll do more of what worked and less of what didn’t!  (You’ll complete a new “Weekly Assessment” exercise every 7 days.)

  • Monthly Assessment

At the end of each month, you’ll complete the “Monthly Assessment” exercise.  Using the information you noted each day on your “Accountability” worksheet, as well as each of your “Weekly Assessments,” reflect on the entire month, and make note of what worked well, and what needs improvement.  Next month, you’ll do more of what worked and less of what didn’t!  (You’ll complete a new “Monthly Assessment” exercise every month.)

  • Monthly Calendar

Use this to outline your month’s plans based on the previous exercises.  (You’ll complete a new “Monthly Calendar” every month.)

  • Weekly Calendar

Use this to outline your Week’s plans based on the previous exercises.  I’ve provided you with options for weeks that begin on either Sunday or Monday.  (You’ll complete a new “Weekly Calendar” each week.)

September 3, 2018