Professional Development

14 - Schedule and Objectives
Once again, it should be made clear that you only achieve your objectives by doing things, and you do things using your own time. It is fundamental that you know how to translate, in terms of your time, the necessary daily planner planning to achieve your objectives. It is not an obvious translation, but rather requires a certain amount of intellectual work, which materializes by two means: by means of your daily planner management model and by manual adjustments, in noting down on your daily planner all the activities that, a priori, are considered necessary to accomplish the objectives. It compensates to plan the necessary activities for the whole year, although these activities usually do not initiate on the planned date. Experience shows us that a scheduled activity may be rescheduled, but will be done, while an activity that is not scheduled or noted down tends to be forgotten and, therefore, not done.