This Tool Turns Your Vague Goals Into Actionable Tasks

This Tool Turns Your Vague Goals Into Actionable Tasks

To reach your goals, it helps to break them down into a series of actionable tasks. This tool from Harvard Business Review can help you organise the process to come up with an easy-to-read plan.

If you want to turn your vague goals into manageable to-dos, you’ll have to do some brainstorming and come up with some milestones. Harvard Business Review’s interactive tool gives you a template in which you can get the job done. You simply enter your goal, and then you fill in a series of tasks for the goal that go from broad to specific.

You can do this on your own, obviously, but this tool makes planning a lot easier. After you fill in all the fields, it populates a one page plan with all the actionable tasks necessary to reach your goal. Give it a try for yourself at the link below.

A Tool to Help You Reach Your Goals in 4 Steps [HBR]

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