8 simple ways to PLAN your day perfectly!


Not being able to plan a day can ruin the entire week.

Follow these 8 ways to plan your day to get more done in less time.

1. Make planning a habit.

The best way to make planning a habit is to set aside some time each day to do it.

Pick a time that works best for you and stick to it. Make sure you’re not disengaged from doing this.

I like to plan my day the night before, but you can do it whenever you want. Just make sure you do it at the same time each day to become a habit.

2. Align your to-do list with goals.

Divide up your primary objectives into daily tasks. You can add “spend 30 minutes on my bike” to your daily to-do list, but you cannot add “Get in shape.”

Think about your entire week. You probably have several objectives.

Some objectives benefit from daily activity, while others can gain momentum from weekly work.

3. Commit to your daily plan

4. Eat the Frog

“Eat the Frog” is a great productivity technique for acting on your highlight as soon as possible.

We frequently desire to avoid this task the most (therefore, eating the frog).

It might be a task that seems overwhelming or uncomfortable.

Put your “frog” at the top of your to-do list and give it a deadline during your planning session. Then, list your other tasks below.

5. Time Blocking

Split your day into different blocks of time with the time-blocking technique.

Then, solely focus on finishing a single task or set of tasks within each block of time.

For the most accuracy, make sure to include blocks for things like lunch, breaks, and commuting.

Make changes to your list if an activity requires less or more time to get a better idea of how long it takes.

6. Choosing your planning tool

Now that you’ve decided on the productivity approach, it’s time to pick your tools:

7. The Eisenhower Matrix

The Eisenhower Matrix productivity strategy allows you to prioritize tasks based on their urgency and importance.

This methodology divides tasks into four quadrants and specifies how we should approach each work block.

8. Reflect regularly

Take some time each week to examine how well your system is working.

Allow time for a weekly assessment to see whether your planning method is effective or needs to be improved.

You can make changes to your system based on your observations.

Celebrating your successes and progress is also helpful to keep yourself motivated.

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