How do you craft your week?
Are you reactionary or intentional? This was discussed in a earlier post here.
Do you decide ahead of time what is most important for you to get done in this week based on:
what direction you want your life to be heading?
your dreams/vision for your year?
your goals for the month that support your most important goals for the year?
the areas of your life you want to see improvement in?
the most important tasks to be accomplished so your goals can be realized?
projects you want/need to get done?
As you can see, there are a lot of exciting things to consider as you are crafting your week!
Things that are important and vital for your life and also serve others, but never at the mercy of the requests of others all the time!
We have created FREE PRINTABLES to help you
craft your week with purpose and power!
These planning pages are divided into 7 sections - one for each day of the week and a header to write an inspiring thought for the week or a specific project or area of focus you want to hone in on.
These pages work in other ways also -
write projects that need attention in the box to the left and what you want to get done in the box to the right.
write a specific goal in the box to the left and the steps you are going to take to work on that goal in the box to the left
you get the idea. These are very versatile, which is why the boxes have been left blank.
The page below has an extra box at the bottom for a summary of the week or a spot to write additional thoughts and inspiration.
The page below is to gather your thoughts into one place and evaluate accomplishments and items that can move to future weeks.
You can pack a lot of power into a week!
Decide the 3 most important priorities for this week of your life and write them down.
Write them on the day you want to accomplish them, but give yourself flexibility if needed and draw an arrow pointing to the next day if needed, so you know it didn’t get completed and needs to move forward. Put a check or a star by the things you got done that day.
Or don’t use these for days of the week at all. Use them for projects, specific goals, etc. as mentioned above.
How would your life change in applying the principle of “advance thinking and planning”? That phrase alone, helps you craft a powerful week of purpose!
We hope these FREE printables and quotes help motivate and inspire you! In this crazy world of a million directions, it IS powerful to have tools like these weekly planning pages to steer you in directions of purpose!
We hope that is exactly what we are helping you to do!!!