Planning your goals is a process of unprecedented value if done right of course. What I mentioned here is going to help when you already have an idea about what needs to be achieved in your life…
In Part One, we took a closer look at the mechanics of breaking problems down, so they would be less overwhelming and seemingly more bearable. The aim of Part Two is to spark creativity and facilitate the process of coming up with solutions for the problems at hand.
This text is going to come in two parts—the first one is about gaining a new perspective on the issues at hand and how to make them look more bearable, while the second one will equip you with an efficient tool to come up with solutions.
Have you ever found yourself in a team meeting that’s supposed to smoothly put everyone’s heads together to conceptualize something big, something groundbreaking, but, instead, you’ve ended up getting everyone exhausted, pissed off, and mentally wandering off while the feasible outcome remained a distant dream?