Mapping Your Intention
You already worked out how long your project will take.
Now, if your creative intention is a big one, your aim is divide it down and down and down again. Until you have a map for the seven months ahead and you know what you need to make in each month to see it from desire to done.
There’s a map for that [download below]!
Doing this exercise is intensely clarifying. It always makes us feel better as we dissolve confusion and overwhelm and regain creative control.
A month is a manageable amount of time to hold in our heads.
And when we get down to a month, there’s a series of work, rest and play maps to support you.
So write your overall intention at the top of the map and then break it down into seven sub-intentions, each representing a task that must be done to see your project to completion.
Or a stage you must complete.
When you have your seven tasks or stages, number them in order of importance.
Next time you’ll see how to fit these seven into a time-based logs for the coming months, weeks and days.
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