Wednesday , 20 September 2017
Go through your day from start to finish and think about your routine. You’ll surprise yourself at how many items you can add to the list!

Create an “I’m So Good at This!” List

Weekly Planner - Ecofriendly To Do Notepad

Weekly Planner - Ecofriendly To Do Notepad

If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m going to let you in on the secret: We’re researching your best life!!! First, you made a list to help you figure out what you want. Next, you created a list of all the things you didn’t like about the way your present life is unfolding. Now, you’re going to study your activities and figure out what you love to do well! How fun is that?! If you’ve never looked at your life like this before, then I am particularly excited for you! I think this week’s list is really eye-opening and a joy to create. It will have four categories. I want you to list at least five items in each category, though I encourage you to list as many as you can! Your categories are:

1. I do this very well (I’m practically an expert or I am an expert):

2. I do this rather well (better than most):

3. I do this well (better than some):

4. Things I want to learn to do well in the near future:

Use the whole week, and really think about this one. You’ll definitely enjoy most things you do well, so train yourself to be conscious of what you’re doing and how good you are at it. Some activities to get you thinking: dancing, cleaning, playing softball, shipping, gift wrapping, crafting (use specifics–knitting, making soap, throwing pottery), organizing, writing, exercising, care-giving, cooking or baking, playing golf, marketing or promoting your business, socializing, decorating, etc.

Go through your day from start to finish and think about your routine. You’ll surprise yourself at how many items you can add to the list! Next week, we’ll put all these lists to good use. Until next time, Lisa 

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15 comments

  1. I love this! I’ll think about it all week and see what my lists look like at the end :)

  2. Okay okay, I’ll make the list. But it doesn’t meant that I’m not afraid of next week’s assignment :/

  3. Great idea. I am on to it right now. Thanks.

  4. Adding your questions to my journal this week.

    Thanks much for the article!

  5. What fun! I missed the first 2 parts and have gone back and copied them and will catch up!
    Thanks for the thoughtful post!!

  6. An excellent idea! I also somehow missed the first 2 posts, so I’ll have to catch up, too.

  7. Excellent advice for artists!!

  8. I did this exercise when I was 20 years old and it has served me very well. I encourage everyone to proceed!

  9. Great idea. We did something similar this at University in our capstone class. It was really eye-opening. I might try this version as well this week!

  10. Great post, Lisa. I need to do this exercise.

    Thanks for sharing! Have a great (creative, productive) week!

  11. I tracked back to your first step and I am about write my list of ‘wants’.
    Thanks for the blog, I am following!

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