Stay on Track with a Progress Log
July 21, 2022 | Building Your Nomadtopia, Evolving Your Nomadtopia
I recently created a progress log for the next phase of our Nomadtopia, and it immediately made it feel more real and got me excited to keep things moving forward.
I wanted to share the idea in case you’d like to do the same, whether to plot out your Nomadtopia or some other big project.
A progress log is a great way to stay on track and allow others to support you and cheer you along (if you share it). It can also be fun to have this record to look back on later and see how far you’ve come! You could create a progress log on your own website or blog, in social media posts, or in a community like the Collective—or start a private one to track your progress just for yourself.
You can start by outlining your vision, goals, and plans. It might be helpful to also define your “why” and sketch out a rough timeline. Then, whenever you like—daily, weekly, monthly, or when something notable happens—add a comment or create a new post to share your recent progress, wins, and/or setbacks. Whenever you hit a roadblock, reach out to your support team or gather the resources you need to keep moving forward.
If you’re in need of a support team, the Collective is the place to be!
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