We created My Daily Roadmap with the intention of incorporating several of the best practices we coach and literally use ourselves at WBNL Coaching and Home Connect America. Use this template to stay on track and focused at a high level each day.
Download Here: My Daily Roadmap
Morning Ritual: Use the space to list your morning ritual and routine and the checkboxes to hold yourself accountable.
Reflections | Journal: Record any thoughts or journal entries from your morning practice.
Today’s Focus: What are the 1-3 main focus areas for today? You may have a longer list of tasks, to do’s and action items. Use this area to not get overwhelmed with everything project or area. Choose 1-3 as your focus area today.
My Daily 3: What are the 3 specific things you could on a daily basis that would really drive your business and life goals? What are the 3 actions that have the highest return and the most valuable use of your time?
Do the most important things first in the morning, preferably without interruption, for 60 to 90 minutes, with a clear start and stop time. If possible, work in a private space during this period, or with sound-reducing earphones. Finally, resist every impulse to distraction, knowing that you have a designated stopping point. The more absorbed you can get, the more productive you’ll be. When you’re done, take at least a few minutes to reflect and refresh.
Some ideas to get you started:
- Start my day with my morning ritual
- Make “X” connections with people in my database
- Send “X” personal notes
- Add one new person to my database
- Make “X” connections on LinkedIn
- Social media daily post with a solid call to action
- Daily Facebook Live or Periscope video
- Make “X” calls, texts, emails to my niche or primary prospecting target
- Hand out 5 business cards and ask for business, a referral or for permission to add them to my database
Connections: Whom do you need to connect with today? What calls, texts, and/or emails must happen today?
Tasks: Use this area to list the must do’s for today – the main priorities.
Evening Reflection: End your day with any journal entries to recap the day. What did you do, how did you feel, what worked, what didn’t work?
Today I am Grateful For: List what you are truly grateful for on this day. It could be really something as simple as a smile or positive feedback from someone you connected with.
Keep your daily roadmaps to reflect on in the coming months and to help you as you reflect and celebrate your successes at the end of this year.
P.S. – “My Daily Roadmap” is one of many documents in the editable “MY PATH 2019” – guide book to help you with goal setting, declaring a focus for the year, setting your intentions, organizing your projects, and to track your progress. You can enter your information right in the editable PDF or if you prefer, print it out, and write directly on the pages as desired.