|Personal Strategic Planning Schematic|
Intros/OverviewsDo You Need a Personal Strategic Plan? A process for establishing life priorities
A Personal Strategic Plan Example: An introduction to & overview of the planning process, including examples and sample formats.
Fast Track/The Core Processes: A 3-step plan to change your life, in 2-4 hours!1. Discovering Your Vision: The first step in the planning process.
2. Identifying SWOTs (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats): developing the primary inputs to your plan.
3. Creating a Personal Strategic Plan: using your SWOTs to develop goals & strategies and write your plan.
Optional Plan Development ProcessesMission, Vision & Values: For readers willing to spend more time in order to develop a more robust plan, and those developing family strategic plans.
Strategic Plan Development - Optional: Identifying requirements, setting SMART goals, etc.
ImplementationImplementing Your Personal Strategic Plan: Some suggestions -- dream boards, monitoring progress, ...
Special PlansA More Effective Approach to New Year's Resolutions!: taking about 1/2 hour to create a mini-plan for just one important area of your life.
A Career Planning Approach: A mini strategic plan limited to career.
How Much Money Will You Need to Retire? establishing the target for retirement savings.
What Percent of Your Salary Should You Save for Retirement? (by starting age)
- % to Save, with Social Security
- % to Save: High-Income, with Social Security
- % to Save, Without Social Security
How Much Should You Have in Retirement Savings? (by age)
My SIMPLE Retirement Saving Calculator/Spreadsheet: The spreadsheet used to create the above graphs
BUYING A HOUSE:
Planning to Buy a House Spreadsheet: A home purchase planning tool
Link to Full Subject Index, or see links to individual categories below the blog header.