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When you plan a project it is helpful to ask yourself questions that will support the process. You benefit from a map that explores the details of the project as well as the bigger outcome.
Each time you set a goal, having a clear idea of what it entails will make the outcome more successful.
Here are 6 questions that will let you clarify your steps, and help you overcome potential challenges.
The questions explored here are logical level questions, and were developed by Robert Dilts. They are a communication tool designed to elegantly and systemically find out key information around your goal or project.
When you use these questions, I recommend writing down the answers, and making notes for yourself.
The logical levels are divided into 6 levels. Each level corresponds to a set of specific questions.
Environment: When and Where?
Vision: For whom? Who else?
Here are some questions to let yourself explore and see what emerges for you.
1. When and where do you see yourself accomplishing the project? Where do you see yourself? When would you know you have completed this project?
2. What action steps will you be taking? What do you see yourself doing? What specific steps are you choosing to take?
3. How do you see yourself accomplishing this project? What capabilities or skills do you bring that will facilitate the process?
4, Why is this project important to you? What are your values behind it?
5. Who are you completing this project? Who will you be getting this result?
6. Who else benefits from this project? For whom are you completing it? What do you consider the larger vision behind the project?
As you explore these questions, write down whatever emerges, and notice that each level is a foundation for the next. Each logical level is equally important, as you move your attention focus from the detailed perspective all the way towards the global, vision oriented view.