3 Practical tips on getting better at planning – Episode 4 : Opening Up!



They say, “If you don’t plan… you plan to fail”
Are you a master planner, or someone who is not so good with making plans?

Hey guys,
Welcome to the fourth episode of Opening Up with Dipanshu Rawal.

It’s easier to feel lost when your life is messy and unpredictable. But if you want to improve your lifestyle, work on your thought process, and expand your mindset, this podcast is for you.

Today I am going to give 3 tips for better planning.

1. Understand the importance of time.
Unless you value your own time, you’re not going to value someone else’s time.
Consider that your time is worth 10,000 Rs per hour.
How much will you waste it then?

2. Make lists.
Write down your plans. Always always always think on paper. Make flowcharts, if required.
When you start thinking on paper, you bring clarity in life. And that’s what most of us need anyway.

3. Don’t forget to give yourself breaks.
Your 1hr meeting with someone can get stretched for maybe 1.5hr. So as to not disturb the rest of your plan, always add buffers in between. Take the necessary breaks.

There’s an old saying – How you do anything is how you do everything!

Start making small changes in your plans and their executions, and you’ll soon be seeing tremendous results.

What’s your favorite tip about Planning? Let me know in the comments below.

Thank you so much for listening.
I’ll be here with a new episode pretty soon on Opening Up with Dipanshu Rawal.

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