How to plan my Week as an INFJ

How to plan my Week as an INFJ
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    Wenzes: Hi guys.
    This is Wenzes, welcome to my channel.
    Where we talk about personal development for INFJ.
    Today I want to talk to you about the seven steps I'm taking to have a productive week
    an INFJ.
    When I mean productive, I don't mean in a way that your boss thinks it's productive
    or your parents might think it, but in a way that really gets you ahead in your life journey.
    I have also created a poster with those seven steps that you can download right after watching
    this video.
    So, step number one, realize you're an intuitive.
    That means you're not a sensor.
    You're definitely not an introverted sensor.
    Don't even try to compare yourself to those people who are really, really good at structuring
    50 tasks in a day and actually getting them all done because the thing that you can do
    that most sensors struggle with is to decide what is important to have and what isn't.
    It's not about getting as many tasks in a day as possible.
    It's about getting those things in there that really help you move forward.
    Step number two, start small.
    I hear it over and over again, people write me that they're been trying to work on my
    planning schedules that I've been posting on Facebook and Instagram and that they're
    not able to finish everything.
    Therefore they're disappointed in themselves.
    No surprise here.
    How do you expect your mind to shift 180 degrees in just one day.
    It doesn't work.
    Whatever we do, no matter what kind of task we set ourselves, what kind of goal we have
    set ourselves, the changes have to be gradually and some things may work better cold turkey.
    Let's say you quit smoking and then you have to say, "Oh, I just quit totally."
    When it comes to talks like this, really make sure that you have small goals that you know
    you have achieved.
    When you have small goals or small tasks in a day or a number of tasks which are very
    much doable, and you achieve them, you're mind just says to itself, "Yes, I accomplished
    that.
    I'm proud of myself."
    Having this feeling is the biggest motivation for the next day ahead.
    That's number three.
    Work the second quadrant.
    Steven Covey has this great method for time management.
    It's set up by four quadrants.
    The first one is everything that is important and urgent.
    For example, daily tasks will fall under this quadrant.
    Quadrant number two.
    Those are the tasks that are important, but not urgent.
    This is the quadrant we have to focus on.
    These are the tasks that will get you ahead in life and will get you ahead of the game.
    Quadrant number three is urgent, but not important.
    Quadrant number four is not urgent and not important.
    Whatever you put on there, only do when you have time left that is maybe not that important,
    and maybe you even realize, "Why am I even doing this in the first place?"
    Make sure that when you have your list for to do's for the week.
    What is quadrant one, two, three and four?
    Step number four.
    Put it in the calendar.
    A to do list won't help you because a to do list doesn't include the time slot.
    It doesn't know how much time you need to change from one task to the other.
    There's no priority in it.
    Once you put it in the calendar, you know for sure, like I'm gonna allocate two hours
    to this task, four hours to this task, maybe 30 minutes on the third task and you have
    much more of an idea what you're actually putting on your plate.
    Is it even doable?
    Step number five.
    Just make sure to get things done.
    Let's say we're talking about this Saturday.
    You're having those little goals you set for yourself that you want to achieve.
    You've put in like four things that day.
    Just try to get them done.
    It's not so important to get them done, first off, in that order.
    Second of all, in exactly that time slot.
    Make sure to start with the thing that seems most fun to you.
    Remember the hardest part is starting.
    Why not start with something that energizes you right from the beginning.
    Once you're in the flow, guess what, task number two will be much easier.
    That's number six.
    Readjust time slots.
    After you've done this for a couple of days, you will realize how off you actually were
    in your planning because the talk with your friend that you were so eager to do, that
    you only wanted to take 30 minutes, took two hours, but it was very important to get you
    ahead.
    On the other hand, other tasks that you maybe put in your calendar for three hours, you
    were able to do in 20 minutes.
    Those kind of variations are actually a normal thing.
    Once we see that, we can readjust it.
    The final step, step number seven.
    Bulk, meaning when you have similar tasks, put them on one day.
    If you have similar tasks within that day, also put them together.
    One of the most time-consuming things are transition.
    We have to try to minimize those.
    So when you have five phone calls you have to make, put them all in one slot.
    That way, once you're in the habit and you already did one call, it's much easier to
    do the second, third and fourth call than to do one in the morning, one in the afternoon
    and one at night.
    This doesn't only apply to a one day task, but also to tasks that you have to do throughout
    the week.
    Why don't you do all those tasks on one day.
    These were the seven steps.
    They help me tremendously.
    I'm very, very happy with them.
    I'm not being too rigid about it.
    I try to find my own ways and to always readjust.
    I really wish you do the same 'cause in the end, nobody knows what's best for you but
    you.
    Just take that as something to start with.
    As I mentioned before, I put together a poster of all the seven steps.
    You can download it, find the link in the description and I wish you a great day.
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