Today is the first day of Session 2! I spent some time last week assembling my Session 2 Worksheet and I figured I would share it with you.
As you can see below, since I technically didn’t finish my second goal of PUBLISHING my website, I rolled that goal into one of the goals for this session. I purposely made one goal out of every session super easy, so in the event that I can’t finish a prior goal, I can easily roll it into the next session. In this instance, the second goal of Session 2 was to determine when and how to take my Drone Operator License test. Since this is requires relatively little time, I bunch the past goal in with the new goal. This is detailed in my spreadsheet, but if you have any questions, let me know!
Anyways, here’s the spreadsheet:
Since I always preach about the power of writing things down, here’s my goals listed:
- Goal 2019:2:1 Check current status of Passive Income book, create a checklist of what needs to be finished, and work towards having all text completed by March 31st.
- Goal 2019:2:2 Research everything about the Drone Operators License and schedule a test date // Overflow Goal: Finish and publish remaining website pages by March 31st.
- Goal 2019:2:3 Finalize the FindX project plans by March 31st.
At the start of 2018, when I would post my goals I would typically write out how each goal related to the SMART goal framework. I won’t be typing all that information out for this session, since I already had these goals planned out at the beginning of the year, but if you would like to see how I did it in the past, check this link out: 2018 Session 2 Goal 2. This link also gives some insight into what the Passive Income book is all about :).
If you need a refresher on how the 3×6 system works, or want to download the worksheets I offered at the beginning of the year, click this link: Accomplish Everything Folder. After downloading the Excel sheet, you can edit my Session 1 example and convert it into your own Session 2 worksheet!
I’m excited for this next session and am looking forward to making some changes on how I report my progress this time around.
Let’s get started!