Step 5: Plant Seeds 🌟
Last night, I was driving home from a dear friend's birthday party with a couple of friends.
Carolyn, who was sitting next to me, said, "It's important to share with the Daily Action Planner community how far you have come in five years. How did you go from making creams in your kitchen to owning three spas and having your skincare sold in national retailers?"
Step 4: Organization tips to tackle dreaded tasks 🙌
STEP #4: PULL WEEDS
So what's a weed? They are important tasks to get done, but they’re often the most difficult, non-enjoyable tasks, like pulling weeds from a garden.
For example, your least favorite “weeds” of the day may be paying bills, scheduling appointments, or working on inventory.
Things will spring up that you don’t necessarily want to deal with. Left unattended, the garden will become unruly and chaotic.
Step 3: Easy ways to organize your week 😍 [Video enclosed!]
CREATE THEME DAYS TO BUNDLE TASKS
I have themed days to create a weekly rhythm for recurring projects or tasks, which helps organize my "gorgeous chaos."
Monday: "Money Mondays" for all things finance (payroll, transfers, bills, etc.)
Tuesday: Project day, in-person meetings
Wednesday: Spa Principal meetings day
Thursday: Mama/Daughter afternoons
Friday: "Fun Friday" for content planning with the team
Step 2: How to do less in order to achieve more 🌟
If you have a mile-long to-do list and not savoring life, something is wrong. We want to see the overall vision in order to make the daily actions work for, not against, a bigger picture.
This is why the Week-at-a-Glance is so powerful. It gives us the bird's eye view on our week and reminds us to do the essentials and then to SAVOR LIFE DAILY.