Tournament of Wants – Organizational

Purpose

The purpose of this exercise is to look through all the wants, desires, and dreams I have listed related to ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS and find out “Which one is most important to me now?” That is the ONLY question I am to consider. Not “I have to do this first” or “I’ll want this in 10 years…” “Which one is most important to me now?” That’s it. Each round will take two wants and get a winner, and then those winners will face off, and so on until there is only one thing. Let’s see where this goes.

Round 1

1.       Develop better methods to “leave work at work,” both during the week and on vacation. (Family Life Development)

2.       Develop lists of core beliefs and understandings: Make a list of personal beliefs that are non-negotiable, and develop a written understanding of each. Develop into a list of personal and business values. (Ethics and Beliefs Development)

Develop lists of core beliefs and understandings: Make a list of personal beliefs that are non-negotiable, and develop a written understanding of each. Develop into a list of personal and business values.

3.       Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals. (Family Life Development)

4.       Get up early every day (5:00?) to make the most of the early morning hours (9/22/10)

Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals.

5.       Identify and implement a project-based method of finishing tasks that works for both personal and business areas of my life (Mental Development)

Identify and implement a project-based method of finishing tasks that works for both personal and business areas of my life (BYE)

6.       Learn to remember people’s names quickly. (7/23/10)

7.       Plan our future together with my family – short and long term. (Family Life Development)

Learn to remember people’s names quickly.

8.       Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever.

9.       Spend one hour a day, Monday – Friday, on my sales action plan or self improvement. Listen and read to self improvement books / audio at least 5-6 times a week. (Mental Development)

Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever.

Round 2

1.       Develop lists of core beliefs and understandings: Make a list of personal beliefs that are non-negotiable, and develop a written understanding of each. Develop into a list of personal and business values.

2.       Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals.

Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals.

3.       Identify and implement a project-based method of finishing tasks that works for both personal and business areas of my life (BYE)

4.       Learn to remember people’s names quickly.

Identify and implement a project-based method of finishing tasks that works for both personal and business areas of my life

5.       Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever.

Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever.

Round 3

6.       Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals.

Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals. (BYE)

7.       Identify and implement a project-based method of finishing tasks that works for both personal and business areas of my life

8.       Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever. (BYE)

Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever

 

Round 4

1.       Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals. (BYE)

2.       Retain what I’ve learned: Blog or journal a small summary from each day, before the day is gone forever

Establish a monthly meeting with my wife to set up our budget, our calendar, and monthly goals.

 

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