Plan - Deepstash


Google maps turns on, you have a destination and a starting point. You press “start journey”, an intricate and yet precise list of instructions appears on the screen telling you how to go from where you are to where you want to be.

Unfortunately you don’t have a magic app that can do this journey planning for you when it comes to your goals. You will have to figure out your own plan.

How can I get from where I am to where I want to be? Who has achieved this goal before me? Who can I learn from? How can I break my big goal down into smaller projects and those projects down into doable tasks?


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Each person has a unique personality and strengths that can help them achieve their goals. You are then the best person to formulate a plan for self-improvement.

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