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Productivity Experiment – Day 2

Today is all about goals. I want to think through and know what my goals are so I know if I’m on track. I’ll be using my 5/5/5 method for goal setting.

The 5/5/5 Method for Goal Setting

  1. Create 5 goals for this year
  2. Create 5 goals for this month
  3. Create 5 goals for this week

The five goals for this year should include work and personal goals. We live integrated lives with business and personal mixing all the time, so let’s set our goals that way.

Once you have your goals for the year, set your goals for this month. Make sure the goals for this month align with and will lead to achieving the goals you set for this year.

Once you have your goals for the month, set your goals for this week. These goals might be more tactical. For example, you may have the goal to complete a Productivity Experiment every day for a week. These goals should also lead to your monthly goals, that are already tied into your yearly goals.

Make sure to write it all down and look at this every day. Goals that are in front of you are more likely to get accomplished!

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