Blueprint for an Ultra-Productive Day

by Kristen Burgess
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So if you’re drawing this out, you have 2 tracks.  You have a sheet of paper with 2 tracks.  Left hand side of the paper you have the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 drawn out.  The first track says products.  1 every other month.

The way that this works is, for example on this 1st track…

…Every day when you wake up in the morning, you look at the 1st track and you say, “what’s the next step in my product creation?”

You look at your blueprint and you say, “I’ve already researched. I’ve already outlined. What’s the next step in product creation?”

Record.  That’s the next step.  It will always be the next step if this is your blueprint.

In 3 months, when you’re working on the 2nd product, it looks like this:

  • You wake up on Monday and you do the research
  • On Tuesday you do the outline
  • When you wake up on Wednesday, like clockwork, what’s the next step?  It will be to record.  Once you’ve finished recording, what will be the next step?
  • On Thursday it will be to create the download page
  • Once you’ve created the download page, and you wake up on Friday morning, what will be the next step?  Write the sales page.

Maybe you only write 1/2 of it on Friday.  When you wake up on Monday morning, what’s the next step for this track?

Finish the sales letter.  It’s a no-brainer.  It doesn’t take an hour to think about.  You don’t have to read a single email to think about it.  You don’t have to ask your friends to think about it.  It’s right there on your blueprint.

You create that blueprint today and it lasts you a whole year.

Every day when you wake up, you know exactly what to do that day on track 1.

Then you go down to track 2 and you say, “Okay, coaching program, what do I need to do for my coaching program?”

Then you say “Well, research, outline, record, download, write.”  What’s the next thing I need to do today? What’s already been done?” What’s the last thing you did?  Just like the house, we put the foundation in, we put the walls in, what’s the next step?  Electricity.  Always!

We always know that if that’s our blueprint.  When we wake up we just do the next step.

It’s kind of like if you’re driving from Sacramento to Denver.  If you drive on I-80, you will always drive close to Salt Lake City, always.  So if you wake up in Winnemucca on the 2nd day.  You say “I’m heading east towards Denver”, you know that you will always drive through, or close to Salt Lake City.  Always!

Why?  It’s on the map.

It’s on the blueprint.  It’s on your architectural print. Same thing here, track 2, you always know what the next step is on track 2.

What’s track 3?

30 minutes of daily content. Every day, you create 30 minutes of daily content.  That can be a 30-minute recording, it can be a 30-minute writing, it can be a 30-minute YouTube video, it can be a 30-minute video to go elsewhere.  Every day you create 30 minutes of daily content.

Every single day.

So when you wake up in the morning, what is your blueprint?  What’s the next step?  It’s 30 minutes of daily content.

Every single day.

Every day you know that every day, day in, day out, that’s what you do.

So how about your daily email?

That’s your 4th track.

Every single day when you wake up in the morning, what do you do?  You write an email!

Every day.  You know this.  Every single day, that’s your blueprint.  So that’s track 4.

Track 5 is generating subscribers.  Obviously there’s some steps to generating subscribers it will take a little more work to plan that out, but you know you can do that.

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