Using project management software which can house your commitments digitally in dashboards. Consider exploring Monday.com or Asana.
Using a journal or other calendar system to keep key projects top of mind. I personally use a daily calendar for hourly scheduling, along with Michael Hyatt’s Full Focus Planner for daily focus, and then pair it with my PlanDoTrack system to keep on top of weekly and quarterly activities.
Structures for teams may be even more visible, including items such as physical structures and photos of those on your start up or phone. I’ve had teams create visual storyboards, as well as physical models of their vision and key commitments.
You might also consider Drawing it Out. I’m enjoying learning this year from the one and only Patti Dobrowloski, who is the Founder of Up Your Creative Genius. IN the next few weeks I'll be adding the Facilitating of the Draw Your Future Visual Facilitation Process to our facilitation process list. You can see Patti taking groups through it in her TedX talk. Book me for a 30 minute session
When you consider what is important to keep an eye on, what structures and processes do you have?
If you’ve been joining me for the 21 for 21, you’ll know that today’s blog post maps into Day 9 of the series. Let us know what you have been doing to keep your most important commitments and actions top of mind? Be sure to comment below.
Enjoy your reflection and capturing of what’s important!
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