Mission 2011: Plan for Success With This Special Event Worksheet
Posted Mar 31 2011 10:36am
Image by Keturah Stickann via Flickr This is the fifth and final Mission 2011 post on the topic of special events, a topic we have been exploring together during this month of March.
For those of you who do better when you write things down, I have a treat for you. I have created this Special Event Worksheet form to help you plan your next special event. I hope it gets you thinking about and planning for special events in a way that ensures your success.
Rather than go into a detailed discussion of how I would use this form, I decided to share with you the actually form I recently used when I planned for my trip to the Mayo Clinic in Arizona earlier this month. Simply click on the picture below to view it full size As you can see, I included a wrap-up section at the bottom of the form, a place to write down your thoughts on what worked, what didn't and what you'd like to try the next time. This section gives you a prompt to evaluate your experience so you can do better next time. And by better, I mean: have more fun, be more prepared, get more help, schedule more rest, avoid flare-ups, etc., etc., etc.
Next month I plan to talk about exercise during my Thursday Mission 2011 posts. I also plan to share with you a down-loadable copy of the Exercises to Help Manage Orthostatic Hypotension I received while at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
So have I inspired you to attend a special event this past month? I sure hope so! I'd love to hear about your upcoming events, so leave me a comment and let me know the special things you are planning to do.