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Mastering Planning Vol 4: Quarterly Planning

Timothy Kenny, Author of "Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs"

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12 Videos (1h 5m)
    • BO0NUS Checklists

    • Introduction

    • Measurement

    • Two Additional Measurements

    • Summarization

    • Planning Skills Assessment

    • Create Your Planning Budget

    • Getting Spaced Repetitions on Your Mindset

    • Planning with Your Budget

    • Planning with Your Budget Addendum

    • Action

    • Conclusion


About This Class

It's very rare to find people tha plan beyond the month level.

Monthly planning is pretty easy.

You can wrap your head around the 4 weeks.

It's not that much time.

Quarterly planning is different.

Most people don't see that far into the future.

At least not clearly.

Planning ultimately gives you something like a superpower.


One of the most important aspects of a leader.


One of the keys to a feeling of confidence and certainty.


Being able to see things happen before they happen.

Quarterly planning is the first big step you will make a planner.

You will plot out the major projects and integrate your monthly and yearly views.

You will prepare yourself for the even bigger step to creating effective 1 year plans.

You will rise above the forest and start to get a true birds eye view of where your time is going.

The quarterly scale is where the story view aspect of the Review-Plan One Pagerr really starts to show it's value.

One of the biggest enemies we have as planners is our memory.

The more time goes by, the more we forget.

It's not easy to remember what was going on two months ago.

Luckily, you have come this far and you have incorporated the daily, weekly and monthly views into your system and you have the necessary records to augment your memory.

All the work you have done so far sets you up to make true realistic plans for your quarter.

That's why this course can't exist in isolation.

You must do the work at the small scale first to collect the data you need to make accurate predictions for how much time you have and what you can reasonably expect to get done.

You get 168 hours of raw time per week.

At the quarterly level you're in charge of 13 of those weekly units.

That's over 2000 hours. 

A small army of hourly units.

What direction will you lead them in?

Where will you allocate your time?

How good is your Vision?

See you inside the course,






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Timothy Kenny

Author of "Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs"

I am the author of "Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs" and I have spoken at Harvard University on accelerated learning.

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