How to organise your week like a pro!

Jun 07, 2021

How to organise your week like a pro!


If you're like me you have a million things going on in your head at all times, it can be difficult to prioritize what important and make time to work on your business. 

Behold the Ideal week! This tool has helped me immensely to prioritize and redesign my week for optimum productivity. 

The Ideal Weeks is designed to create habits that become part of what you do.

Working ON your business must be habit-driven with a regular timeslot rather than task-driven where it competes with everything else you need to conquer in your week.

Here are my 7 tips for managing your time and your business and the PDF download for the Ideal week.


Set an intention for the week.

Positive intentions can keep you centered throughout the work. They can also keep you focused and productive when life throws curveballs your way. Kick-off every week with an intention — like to be kinder, lead by example, or to live each day with purpose.

I find that journaling is a great way to write down my intentions for the week and keep my focus.

Do a brain dump.

Before you map ur your wee, do a brain dump. Its a simple activity that will help to get all of those ideas and thoughts your f your head and down onto a piece of paper or digital memo.


  • You now have a single place for all of your thoughts or ideas.
  • Prevents you from forgetting ideas or things that you need to remember, like making a phone call.
  • It gives you a chance to prioritize your responsibilities.
  • Clears the cache of your brain.
  • Reduces distractions.
  • It’s been proven that writing things down improves recall.
  • Makes it easier to plan out not just a weekly calendar, but a monthly calendar.

Prioritize your tasks.

We all have a million things to get done every week and sometimes we can get bogged down with the little things.

“However, if we just leave it all on one big list, it can be difficult to determine what is actually important.” Instead, set priorities for the tasks you need to get done during the week.” When you do, you’re “more likely to actually accomplish those things.”

Connect and visualize the big picture.

Right now, I think it’s a great time to take a step back and breathe. Now, reflect on what your life goals and dreams are. When you take a moment to remind yourself of the big picture, you’re able to focus on what truly matters. And, as a result, you’ll be able to prioritize and organize your time to achieve them.

I'm a strong believer in visualisation, try it yourself! find a nice quite area, take 10 deep breaths and really picture where you want to be in the future. do this every day for the greatest effect. 

Define personal success v. business success.

Success doesn’t just mean having a thriving business. It’s also living a meaningful and fulfilling life. Of course, the challenge is scheduling the time for both. But it is possible.

the first place “to identify what’s important to you in both of these categories.” If you want to have a family, then working 80 plus hours per week won’t help make that a reality. But, if the family isn’t as relevant to you, then working so many hours, to build a successful business, it would be more of a priority.

After identifying what’s most important to you, you need to set boundaries. If you want to be there with your kids, then work is left at the workplace when you leave. 

Limit the number of your plans.

You’re probably getting overwhelmed with everything that you have to do this week. Again, take a deep breath and being trimming down your list. Ideally, you should focus on at least accomplishing one primary goal per day. If you cross that off your list, then move on to your next goal. 

Reflect and celebrate the past week.

I like to end my week on Friday afternoons by reflecting on what I’ve done. Whether if it’s the goals I’ve reached, something new I’ve learned, or what I’m grateful for, this gives me a chance to pat myself on the back. And, as a result, it will keep me motivated to keep on trucking.

Moreover, reflecting on the past week allows me to ask what things I wish I had done? I can then plan to focus on those items I want to do better in the next week.



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