You’ve been grinding away at a project at work for the past few weeks, and it’s coming to a close. You’re also working on plans for a family vacation in a few months, volunteering for a local food drive, supporting your son memorizing his lines for a school play, and engaging with contractors who are working on the guest bathroom renovation. To say you’re feeling taxed with tasks is an understatement. Some days, it feels like you have too many plans that all seem important, and it’s hard to figure out where to start and how to devote your energy. On Monday, you get wrapped up in your work project and are late for your shift running the food drive. On Thursday, you’re scrolling online looking for new bathroom lighting to order when your son reminds you that you promised to help him with his lines today. Figuring out how to prioritize among tasks and plan working time accordingly sometimes seems impossible.
Prioritizing and planning are the foundation for successful self-management
Failure to adequately prioritize among tasks and plan for their completion can lead to a host of consequences for you -- and for others around you:
Coaches help to identify and customize tools for you, depending upon your preferences and specific challenges. From making a specific plan to use new strategies and tools to following up with you to increase accountability for the improvements you want to see, our coaches will reflect with you to identify wins, understand roadblocks, and revise plans to help you move towards success. Our coaches can support you in developing strategies for planning and prioritizing by: