Everyone, we are in the execution phase of this course. How does it feel? We're actually taking steps towards accomplishing our dreams. Tangible steps. There's just one little thing I need to educate you on, though. This right here is a notebook. What's inside? Well, on every single page of this notebook, there is a weekly and daily to-do list. And guess what? This notebook has only about six months' worth of to-do lists.
This much paper. Look at that. That's a lot of paper. Hold on, boom. All of that. Only six months. This should last me, like, three years. It's a big freaking notebook right here. I am a vlogger, a blogger, an entrepreneur. I have many different revenue streams all working at one time. And if you want to ask me what keeps me sane while I have all this stuff going on, it is this notebook right here, or notebooks like this.
I recommend buying $2 notebooks, just like this at the convenience store or at the dollar store, wherever you can find them. These will definitely come in handy. My mom likes to call these her Holy Grail. So a lot of this course has been digital. You know, the Google docs, all that sort of stuff. But as far as daily to-do lists, I find nothing works better than literally an actual pad of paper. I have been writing to-do lists since my college days five years ago.
And there's a very specific way that I want you to write your to-do lists. Essentially, this follows the same formula that we've been talking about all along. At the top of your sheet. I want you to say "week of" blank, week of July 30th week of April 3rd, whatever, whichever week it is. Then I want you to go down and number each of the things that you need to accomplish that week.
Take it from your six-month plan Google document. Then, I want you to write each of the five days of the upcoming week and make sure to sprinkle those to-dos within those days so that you can accomplish your weekly goals. For work, you know, I have to buy a domain and hosting.
My example to-do list might look like this. Monday, research best places to buy a domain from. Tuesday, settle on a domain name and purchase. Wednesday, research the best place to buy hosting from. Thursday, settle on hosting. Friday, connect my domain name to my hosting. There we go. We've set up a website within one week. Simple. That's it. One trick that you can use with your own to-do lists is whenever a new to-do just comes out of nowhere, like blindsides you, like you need to go to the dentist or something.
You just write that down underneath your weekly to-do list and you won't forget It's not only a place to track goals. It's a place to remind yourself of key things that might pop up as well. One more thing I do to remember goals that I need to accomplish maybe way into the future is I write them down on like a little sticky note pad of paper, anything that I need to accomplish in the next couple of weeks or in the next couple of months, I just write them down here so I don't forget it. You know, I hardly ever forget anything and this is a great little tool to use to remember anything that comes to your mind. Okay, so we've done extensive self-analysis.
We've written down our five major goals. We've gone to Google University and we have begun to assign dates to our to-do list. Smooth sailing, right? Right. Not so much. There are going to be speed bumps on our road to the dream life that we want. And that's natural. And if you have a setback, it's okay. There are a few things that I need to tell you before you get started further on this long fulfilling journey ahead of you. In future lessons, we're going to talk about how to face fears.
We're going to talk about how to look back on the progress you made and feel fulfilled. And we're also going to talk about journaling and how that can help you feel less alone and less defeated. These are three really, really essential parts of this course. So please stay with me. Let's get moving.