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EP 315: How I’m Planning For 2021 at What Works & YellowHouse.Media

32 minutes

Welcome to the first What Works episode of 2021!

This episode is going to be a look behind the scenes of my two companies and how we’re planning for 2021, some of the choices we’re making, and what we’ll be looking for as the year progresses.

Not only is this the kick-off episode for 2021, it’s the kick-off for our January series on “working the plan.” This month, I’m going to be sharing conversations about planning for parental leave, leveraging LinkedIn, and writing a book—all things that have taken intentional planning and execution!

But before we get to those, I wanted to share not only how I’ll be working the plan this year but how the plan got made in the first place.

I recorded this episode in mid-December 2020. And in that time, I've already discovered some things that are altering my plans. After all, the very act of working a plan means you're gaining new information and even discovering new ideas.

Planning is a learning process.

It's not about getting the plan right, it's about finding a starting point and then learning from the result as you go.

My plan is never set in stone. Adjusting my plan doesn’t mean I’ve failed or done something wrong. It means I'm learning. So start with my best guess of what I want to do and then adapt from there as I gain new information and experiences.

In this episode, I'll share how I'm reallocating my resources this year to better serve my companies, what commitments I've made for the year, the Strategic Priorities we're focused on, and what projects we're kicking off the year with.

Here's what works for me when I'm working the plan!

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