Do you by chance remember which was my most read blog in 2013? On December 31, that year I posted my Top 10 most read blog posts. Number 1 on the list was Want a great example of a 30 days and 90 days plan? Tricia DeLeon shared her 30 days and 90 days plan.
A couple of weeks ago, Tricia shared her 30 days and 50 days plan with me and gave me permission to share it with you.
Cordell, I would appreciate your thoughts on these planning actions. Your post today inspired me to finalize them! Talk to you this afternoon.
By March 1, 2015:
- Confirm 6 other members for women’s networking group.
- Start Linked In Group for networking group.
- Set up individual lunches with 4 of the women group.
- Revise law review article on Daubert challenges for financial experts.
- Meet with client to have him insert portion to law review article.
- Meet with communications director to find best place to publish article (will do on 2/9).
- Revise firm’s webpage material on financial institutions litigation (due 2/13).
- Update PowerPoint on Avoiding Lender Liability for American Bankers Association (due 2/20).
- Invite Leadership Dallas committee to celebration dinner after Feb. 6th class day.
By April 1, 2015:
- Schedule second women’s networking group and formulate substantive agenda.
- Schedule 2 other individual lunches with network members.
- Schedule 4 meals with existing clients.
- Get Daubert article published.
- Finalize financial institutions litigation materials for firm.
- Practice ABA speech in front of colleagues.
- Update LinkedIn page with new picture and recent speeches, articles.
- Schedule at least 1-3 other meetings with new bank clients for lender liability talk.
What do you suppose I told her about her plan? I said it looked really good and I had one suggestion I thought would make it more powerful. I suggested that after each action item, Tricia add: “If I accomplish this action, I will…” I wanted her to caption why accomplishing the action was important for her.