Welcome to the second in our three part series of planning, where we break down exactly how to 1) develop a plan, 2) work the plan and 3) debrief the plan.
Working the plan is actually quite simple. It involves doing the things you planned to do. In the first part of this series, we taught you how to develop a plan, consisting of these three steps:
- Decide to be well.
- Brainstorm the things you love to do, have to do, hate to do.
- Create a simple plan to do more of the things you love to do, change your mindset on things you have to do, resulting in less of the things you hate to do.
Did you do the things you planned to do?
We’d love to hear from you. Send us an image, video, a short note, anything that shows you followed through on your plans. Since our plan for this month is all about Self-Care September, we hope you enjoy our inspiration to you: us working the plan.
Need help working the plan? Maybe you need help creating a plan. Either way, we’ve got your back. Sign up for your very own personal discovery session today, where we will not only help you create a plan, we’ll help you work it, understand it, and love it. Make the decision to be well today, so tomorrow you won’t have to worry about being unwell.
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Stay tuned for Part Three: Debrief the Plan. Oftentimes, the debrief is more important than the plan itself. This is where you’ll actually learn something about yourself. Scary, I know, but in the meantime, check out our Self-Care September Plan.