Today's professionals are under an increasing amount of pressure to be able to "do it all," which can lead to unhealthy amounts of stress and a decrease in motivation and self-confidence. Help combat these feelings by creating an action plan.
Action Plans describe what you need to accomplish to achieve a given goal, objective, or outcome. Action Plans often list the tasks you need to carry out in chronological order.
How do Action Plans differ from Task Lists or To-Do lists? The difference is that Action Plans focus on a single goal or project; Task Lists often include a series of projects, tasks, and objectives.
What should be included in an Action Plan? The following infographic highlights the components that should be included in the plan.