“If you talk about it, it’s a dream. If you envision it, it’s possible. If you schedule it, it’s real.” – Anthony Robbins.

Why should you make a map … or several maps?

You must make choices, ask yourself difficult questions, move the goals around, and organise them by priorities until they fit in or don´t. It creates tension and, hopefully, more clarity once your internal battle is won.

  • Putting goals on a map makes these goals time bonded.
  • They are no longer just in your head but on a map … they become clear directions.
  • A map is a limited space …

You cannot put too many goals simultaneously at the same level of importance, at the same time.

  • Which ones are really IMPORTANT & URGENT?
  • Which ones will be the first steps to achieve the more important ones?

Then, go back to your list and adapt time and importance.

You can choose to add these Goals on this map (with a pen, post it, etc.):

  • Put RED Dots for the TOP 5 + Name of the goal in CAPITAL LETTERS + Date (MM/YY)
  • BLUE Dots for TOP 6-10 + Name of the goal + Date (MM/YY)
  • GREEN DOTS) for the other goals + Name of the goal + Date (MM/YY)

This will help you visualise and balance +/- IMPORTANT and Short/Long term.

Not the most straightforward exercise. That´s why it´s a must!