It’s a classic object lesson: you can’t fit big rocks into a jar full of sand, but put the big rocks in first, and you can fill up the space around them. Keep this principle in mind as you commit tasks to your planner pages. At this point, you have your Master Task List and Weekly Compass Tasks ready to schedule. Once those are in, you can plan your other important and fulfilling activities to round out your week.
But how do you choose what’s a Big Rock and what matters less? As you plan your week, ask yourself this question:
What is the most important thing I can do in this role this week?
Big Rocks come from:
- Key projects
Big Rocks can be:
- Areas of focus
As you develop strong weekly planning sessions, your life will have a new sense of perspective. A good weekly plan helps you see past the daily grind to where life’s milestones await. And that perspective makes all the difference.