Routine, Intentional Living & Goals!

Routine, Intentional Living & Goals!

So, what’s the natural consequence of great planning? 

Maximum productivity - yes or yes?

A lot of people ask me how I get so much achieved. 

The answer is planning.

Routined, structured, disciplined planning. It’s truly is as simple as that. Being organised. A family diary, knowing what is important to me.

There are three key elements to successful planning that leads to actual results...

01 Routine 

02 Planning

03 Executing 

A planning routine means you dedicate a certain amount of time to planning on a regular basis, consistently. It’s an automatic task that’s built into the annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily routines. Be it in your business or personal life.

This kind of planning keeps your business story straight and helps you achieve things that not many people, or businesses can achieve. This planning approach helps us dominate at a high level consistently, and it helps keep our heads in the game.

A planning structure you can track is the framework that your planning is attached to, like gyprock for a new home. We have a structure we follow and to execute from, not just the plan itself.

Planning isn’t just about ticking off a list. It’s setting purposeful goals within a time frame which is then broken up into smaller tasks to get you one step closer to where you want to go. Intentional living. 

It doesn’t matter if you’re in business, wanting to be in business or you just want to get better at running your day to day life. You have to be clear on what you want to achieve. If you want to spend more time with the kids, be intentional about it! 

The first step is getting clear on your purpose.

The point of realising your purpose is so that from the time you wake up in the morning to the time you go to bed at night... no matter how much money you make or what challenges you face - you’re able to live your purpose without restriction and with conviction.

If you can do that you’ll always have meaning and some sort of guiding compass. For example my purpose is To help women feel fulfilled in all areas of their life. 

My purpose is to help contribute to others sucess. What’s yours?

The second step is identifying your mission - this is essentially the biggest Goal that you can think of that is directly related to your purpose based around what you want to achieve in the next 10 years.

For example, my mission is to create such a powerful generational shift, that women feel empowered to make decisions on their own terms without fear. 

Once you are clear on your purpose and your mission you want to look at what the most important priorities for this year are that will get you one step closer to achieving your mission while ensuring you’re living your life purpose.

My annual priorities or goals are:

Now break it down into monthly, then weekly and that is the basis for your routine, goals and priorities. 

All your goals should be SMART goals


Enough to fully understand the tasks


Can tell when they’re completed


Can be completed


To the annual plan


Have a specific deadline

Send me a copy of your goals and what your weekly routine looks like- I would love to see what you have on in your life!

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