Ever have one of those moments…
You’re staring at your computer, ready to start typing, but not exactly sure what you should be doing?
You’re posed and ready with your fingers at the keyboard waiting for inspiration to hit.
What pops into your mind when you plop down to start a project?
Do you spend massive amounts of time figuring out where or how to start?
We have a crap load of stuff going on.
Personally, I’m a daughter, sister, girlfriend, Project Manager, part-time business builder, Toastmaster, wine drinker, explorer, runner, volunteer, and an occasional Justin Bieber Fan (no judgement please! ;).
You, too, have multiple roles that you fill on any given day.
So, when it comes to being productive and getting stuff done, we have to be strategic with our time: sitting down, prepared to work.
Currently, I’m working on A Course That Counts, a step by step program to help you design meaningful courses.
And, I was recently stuck wondering what I should do next.
If you’re going to get stuff done, you’ve got to work even without the inspirational strikes from the heavens.
In a loss, I adapted this Project Task List technique from Pat Flynn. Never again shall we sit in confusion!
A Project Task List is simple. For one project, create a checklist of all the steps you need to take in order to accomplish the project.
Click the image below to download your fillable worksheet and use the steps to get movin’!
For more worksheets on creating courses, visit TeachGoodStuff.
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