I know we all agree that the mission behind the [NAME OF SUMMIT] is a great one – [MAIN GOAL]. But unless you have a plan to put what you learn into action, nothing will change.

I’ve been guilty of going to presentations and signing up for courses, taking notes, feeling inspired, and then…nothing. I don’t want you to do that.

So let’s touch on the process I recommend you take to get the most out of what you’ll learn within the [NAME OF ALL-ACCESS PASS].

Start with a list

First, make a list of the pieces of your business you’re going to improve and simplify, based on the presentations you plan to watch and bonuses you plan to grab. For example, if you view the presentation on [PRESENTATION TOPIC EXAMPLE] and that’s something you want to do, write it down.

Now you have a starting point.

Prioritize it

Next, take the pieces in your list and put them in order of either what’s most important to you, what will make the biggest impact, or what you’re most excited about.

Some people would say to always start with what will make the most impact, but I prefer to work where my motivation is at, so I’ll leave that up to you!

Break it down

Now, based on the presentation content and the notes you take, break each item of your list down into small action steps.

Going off of our [PRESENTATION TOPIC EXAMPLE FROM ABOVE] example, you’ll want tasks to do things like: [EXAMPLES OF TASKS THEY MIGHT NEED TO DO BASED ON THAT PRESENTATION EXAMPLE].

Each action step should be small enough for you to complete quickly and something that can’t be broken down into smaller tasks.

Add due dates

And most importantly, give yourself due dates for each task. Be realistic, based on your current workload and life outside of work. If you’re anything like me, it’s tempting to try to squeeze everything in as soon as possible, but the goal here isn’t overwhelm.

Even if you just check off one item on your main list per month (a couple smaller tasks per week), you’re making progress towards [SUMMIT GOAL] and you’ll see it start to pay off right away.

To set your due dates, use a tool like Trello, Asana, or even a Google Calendar. Do what will keep you on track and help you move forward.

Get to work!

I hope this process will work as well for you as it does for me. It’s simple, but it’s helpful to look at small tasks that are easy to complete that have actual due dates on them. Then things get moved out of the “do this someday” list and actually start happening.

Now, go dive into those amazing presentations and resources! 🙂