5 Powerful Steps To Plan Family History Projects That You Actually Complete
Art of Family History | Episode #033
Do you find yourself starting family history projects that you never actually complete?
Maybe it’s because they seem to go off track, and you have no idea how to wrangle them back on. Or it’s that you never really get started because something else always seems to get in the way of your family history projects. Perhaps neither of those things happened, but the project took longer – a lot longer – than expected and certainly didn’t work out the way you hoped it would.
Good news, you’re not alone. Better news, there is a process you can use to set yourself up for success. It’s easy to implement and sets you up to successfully complete every project you start. No, it’s not a magic wand but a five-step planning process that will be worth every second you invest in it.
In episode number 33 of Art of Family History, I walk you through the five steps I use when planning out family history projects. You’ll learn about:
- two common reasons people avoid planning
- the five steps to use when planning your projects
- how to use the system to keep going when motivation wears off
The shortcut to achieving your family history projects is investing the time to plan therefore setting yourself up for success. Not only will you know what you want to achieve, but you’ll also have a framework to keep you on track.
If you’re ready to start work creating a book or planning next year’s reunion, then I have a fabulous free resource for you. I’ve made the Family History Project Plan Roadmap to help you develop the necessary process you need to keep yourself on track.
Let’s keep the conversation going in the comments. What is the next family history project that you want to work on?
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Links I mention in this episode:
- Family History Project Plan Roadmap
- How to Quickly and Easily Create Family History Mind Maps
- Ask The Creative Family Historian