“If you challenge people to work hard, they can achieve more than they think they can.” JB Straubel
Planification is the management of resources and stuff to do according to a plan of economic or political development. The origin of this word “Planification” is from French planifer that is ‘to plan’.
Here is one method for you to plan your daily life:
METHOD #1 CLARIFY YOUR VISION
- DETERMINE WHAT IS MEANINGFUL TO YOU
You can clarify your daily life by first, making an idea of what do you want for your future and these questions may help you to determine what is meaningful to you…
-What does success look like to you?
-Is it a certain job title or amount of money?
-Is it being creative? Is it having a family?
-What would your life look like if you had the power to change it right now?
-Where would you live?
-What would your career be?
-How would you spend your time?
-Who would you spend you time with?
-Whose life do you admire?
-What about the course of their life makes it appealing to you?
2. CONSTRUCT A GUIDING VISION STATEMENT
Once you have explored what is meaningful to you through questioning and self-reflection, write down the answers you came up with in a sentence you can use as a guiding vision statement. You can write the sentence on present tense as if you´ve already accomplished it. You can use it as you try to map out your life keeping in mind the specific job, place, or goal you want for your future because planning a life in a rapidly changing way can be difficult.
3. TAKE IT SLOW
Life is full of curves, twist, and new opportunities. Life is also full of failures, but that doesn’t mean you should give up. Be prepared to take action. Learn from those actions and experiences as you move closer to your goal. You may run into deadlines in your life. You may end up with a job that you think it was going to put you in a better place, but leads you to nowhere. You may get sidetracked by different relationships and also by your own family, you never know. Just remember there is no schedule of your life. Keep making small progress towards your goals and learn from every deadline and new development in your life.
4. BE PREPARED TO CREATE YOUR OWN OPPORTUNITIES
There may not be the perfect job, place, or opportunity already out there. If this is the case, you’ll need to create that opportunity for yourself, even if doing so wasn’t a part of your original plan. Understanding as you plan your life that you may have to make your goals happen can help mentally prepare you for any changes down the road.