How to make the next three months your most productive
Before I talked about the Capsule method (a method of categorizing life in a way that’s manageable and allows you to reach your goal with the least amount of self-resistance…)
Meditations: The Capsule
My thoughts on a lifestyle philosophy inspired by the Capsule-shape.
After, I wrote about keeping score on your processes/daily practices in the form of sticky notes.
Now I am evolving the practice to include consistently rearranging, adding, and removing those sticky notes that no longer serve your overall goal.
+I am also adding the 3-month method to this Capsule methodology. Once you have processes that you consistently build on. Consider what 3 things you would most likely want to make huge progress in over the next 3 months.
The three of these things can be very closely related in a category or very different. The point is, they should be realistic (not too lofty) these are not the life goals, these are just the ones to ground you for the next three months.
After successfully achieving those goals that 3 months, you can set a bigger goal to build on your knowledge from the 3-month challenge.
See the beauty in the number 3 and how awesome it is that you can focus on a small number of things in a three-month period and achieve them with elegance. 3 months is the perfect amount of time for you to make an impactful change in your life without becoming too idealistic caused due to an excessive time window. My 3 goals for the next three months revolve around health, education, and personal career. Select your three. Put them on your wall.