A fulfilling week is a week you can look at in retrospect and feel fulfilled about everything that transpired in the week. A Lot of us would like to accomplish this feeling, but the question is how?
How can I have a fulfilling week?
You can achieve a fulfilling week by following these steps:
- Ascertain what you want: You have to be totally sure about what you want out of the week. Don’t be swayed into believing that you can have a fulfilled week when you don’t plan the week but let the week pass you by. It doesn’t work that way, you have to know what you want before anything else.
“If you don’t know what you want, everything looks like it”
- Write your weekly goals in clear sentences: After you have determined what you want, you need to write them on paper so you don’t confuse or forget them few days into the week. When you establish your weekly goals on paper, distractions can rarely sway you.
“The power in the ink is greater than the brightest mind”
- Get informed: Find better, reliable and faster ways to accomplish your goals. Nobody is an island of knowledge, so therefore it’s okay if you have every information you need to accomplish your goals all you have to do is find it as fast as possible.
There are always better ways to do things, all you have to do is find them out.
- Take the leap: When you are finally sure about how you plan to achieve your weekly goals, the next thing to do is take action. No matter how informed you are, if you don’t take action you are as good as someone who lacks the information you have at your disposal.
“Taking appropriate actions is the key to desirable results”
- Measure each action: Be certain your actions are measurable. This step is very important to know if your actions are moving you closer or farther from your weekly goals. Measuring the efficacy of your actions is very important to evaluate how close you are to your goals.
Measuring your actions, reminds you of what’s at stake.
Remember, every accomplished weekly goal moves you closer to your lifetime goals.
Happy New Week