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How to Plan Your Week with GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits Principles


How to Plan Your Week with GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits Principles




Do you struggle with managing your time and tasks? Do you feel overwhelmed by your workload and deadlines? Do you want to achieve more with less stress and more satisfaction? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this article is for you.




GTD, Now Habit, 7-Habits Update: The Weekly Schedule



In this article, I will show you how to plan your week using three popular productivity methods: GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits. These methods are based on proven principles and practices that can help you organize your work, prioritize your goals, and take action on your projects. By combining these methods into a weekly schedule, you can create a system that works for you and helps you achieve your desired outcomes.


What are GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits?




Before we dive into the weekly schedule, let's briefly review what these methods are and what they can do for you.


GTD




GTD stands for Getting Things Done, a book and a method by David Allen. GTD is a comprehensive system for managing your tasks and projects in a way that reduces stress and increases productivity. GTD helps you capture everything that has your attention, clarify what it means and what you need to do about it, organize it into categories and contexts, review it regularly, and do it at the right time and place.


Now Habit




Now Habit is a book and a method by Neil Fiore. Now Habit is a system for overcoming procrastination and achieving more in less time. Now Habit helps you identify the reasons why you procrastinate, change your mindset from being a victim to being a producer, create a positive vision of your desired outcomes, break down your projects into manageable chunks, schedule your work in blocks of focused time, and reward yourself for your progress.


7-Habits




7-Habits is a book and a method by Stephen Covey. 7-Habits is a system for personal and professional effectiveness based on universal principles of human behavior. 7-Habits helps you develop habits that align with your values and goals, such as being proactive, beginning with the end in mind, putting first things first, thinking win-win, seeking first to understand then to be understood, synergizing, and sharpening the saw.


How to create a weekly schedule using GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits?




Now that you have an overview of these methods, let's see how you can use them to plan your week. Here are the steps:


  • Review your projects and tasks. Use GTD to capture everything that has your attention in your work and personal life. Write down everything that you need to do or want to do in the near future. Then use GTD to clarify what each item means and what action you need to take next. Assign each item to one of these categories: do it (if it takes less than two minutes), delegate it (if someone else can do it better or faster), defer it (if it can wait until later), or delete it (if it is not important or relevant).



  • Prioritize your goals. Use 7-Habits to identify your roles and responsibilities in different areas of your life, such as work, family, health, etc. Then write down one or two goals for each role that you want to achieve in the next week. Make sure these goals are SMART: specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound.



  • Schedule your work. Use Now Habit to break down your projects and tasks into smaller subtasks that can be done in one hour or less. Then use Now Habit to schedule these subtasks in blocks of focused time throughout the week. Make sure to leave some buffer time between each block for breaks and interruptions. Also make sure to schedule some fun and rewarding activities for yourself after completing each block or each day.



  • Execute your plan. Use GTD to do the right thing at the right time and place. Follow your weekly schedule as much as possible, but be flexible if things change or new opportunities arise. Use GTD to review your progress at the end of each day and each week. Celebrate your achievements and learn from your challenges.



Conclusion




In this article, you learned how to plan your week using GTD, Now Habit, and 7-Habits principles. These methods can help you manage your tasks and projects, prioritize your goals, and take action on your work. By creating a weekly schedule that combines these methods, you can create a system that works for you and helps you achieve your desired outcomes. You can also reduce your stress and increase your productivity and happiness.


Remember, the key to success is not only planning but also executing. Follow your weekly schedule as much as possible, but be flexible and adaptable if things change. Review your progress regularly and celebrate your achievements. Keep learning and improving your system as you go along. You can do it! b99f773239


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