Brainstorming, planning, self-management and overcoming blockages: Everything important for professional Reorientation. But worth nothing if the right one Structure is missing. 5 tips on how to find them.
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Full commitment, but never the goal?
Although they have many great ideas everything they could and would like to do, it never becomes a job project – that is, one that is defined and thought through from all sides Alternatives, which are concise (see Part 1) enough to decision hold true.
5 Tips for the right structure
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The reason: As our own jobDeveloper we ensure that we develop new and good ideas for our future activities with a creative view of the bigger picture. With the self manager's hat on that Head we take care of it, motivated and with Energy to be on task and to clear mental blockages. But what is also necessary: the right structure!
1. Process with structure
This can be because new ideas and aspects are constantly coming into the process and messing everything up. Then the barrel is opened again and again and the search process restarted. Instead of turning an attractive job idea into a jobProjects to make and work out, a new thought arises.
For example: “I could also do XY…” - and is immediately followed enthusiastically. The idea that was just still interesting is simply left aside. Problem: The process has no structure.
2. Homemade hurdles
Other people imagine themselves a leg, not thinking about how much time they want to give themselves up to their decision. Some think that the thing is finished in a few weeks, then they are frustrated because it does not work, and they throw the shotgun into the grain.
3. Every complex problem needs a structure
So: Every more complex project needs klare structures and a schedule!
- Before I start working on my job development, I have to know HOW I want to do it. Which questions and topics do I want to start with? In what steps do I want to work my way to the decision? In my book Now butter with the fish! I recommend that you divide the process into five phases - from determining your position, to dealing with your own interests, to making decisions.
- The most important structures also include very practical considerations: My project first needs a job. Optimal is a desk with a whiteboard or whiteboard, where my work and brainstorming results can hang and lie. If the space is missing, of course, a kitchen table is okay - and a cabinet wall or door can be declared to the work surface. What is important is that what I'm working on is not always disappearing in a drawer, but must remain visible, in order to stimulate me at any time.
- We can't get past a schedule. I really have to think about how much time I have for my project in everyday life. It makes sense if I take two appointments a week - maybe one to two hours on the evening of a weekday and a work block on the weekend. These appointments must be blocked in my scheduler! If someone can find this time, I suggest three months for the process to go to the decision. I advise every reorienter to determine the day of the decision right from the start. On the one hand, this is an important point of orientation that should give the project enough tailwind. And it reduces the pressure that many people put on themselves by asking them to make the final decision far too early and far too often. And a schedule does not require that it be adhered to by bend and break: If it turns out that more time than budgeted is necessary, the decision can also be to set a new date. By the way, my schedule should of course be clearly visible at my workplace!
4. Structure creates the space for new ideas
Not everyone reacts enthusiastically when I give them this “structuralMeasures” to my heart. Some think that Fun and creativity suffer badly from such plans and would rather just go ahead and see where the process takes him.
I have made the experience – not least with myself – that only sensible plans and structures create the space to be creative and to be open to new ideas and Solutions get.
5. Lack of structure increases uncertainties
There are definitely people who really thrive in “creative chaos”. For most of us, a lack of structure and plan is more likely to cause insecurity and thus inner feelings resistors strengthen.
A good plan is like a railing, where I can hold on and move along.
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