Do you have a vision for doing bigger things, or some ideals, but they're competing with all those small details you care about?
Or how about this: are you making promises with yourself that you can’t seem to keep? If that’s your situation, here’s something that could help:

The Objectives Course

A 10-week course on writing have-done lists, a clever way to write objectives which lets you care for those small details, for that bigger vision you have, and for your ideals too.

Join the group that starts on May 7. The deadline to signup is Monday May 1.

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Hi. My name is Pascal Laliberté and I’m offering a course about a trick I’ve learned: how to write objectives in a way I call have-done lists.

Here’s what have-done lists look like:

Before the end of the morning, I’ll have:

  • Made sure everyone in the family started their day feeling good
  • Written the next example for the course
    • Made a first draft of the evolution of the example’s have-done list
    • Written the narrative surrounding the example’s have-done list
  • Done the 7-minute workout

Before the end of the meeting:

  • I’ll have:

    • Obtained a change in the way we work
      • Communicated my concern with the way it’s working right now
      • Shared another alternative
  • He’ll have:

    • Obtained an authentic and frank discussion
    • Obtained a key player on the delivery of the new project

Before the end of the month, I’ll have:

  • Tended to the small tasks around the house
  • Advanced in preparing for handling an emergency situation
    • Had a first fire drill that was clear, encouraged personal responsibility and was light-hearted
  • Fixed the squeaky door to the garage

I’ve found that have-done lists let me…

I turn to have-done lists

Structure of the course

The course will run over 10 weeks, starting on May 7.

Every week, you’ll receive an email with an example situation (we’ll pretend you’re the person in the situation). We’ll use have-done lists to help write some objectives to get progress on that example situation. Here’s an example article which resembles how an example will be delivered in your email.

Week after week, example by example, you’ll unlearn what leads to stale outcomes, and you’ll learn new ways to write objectives that get you what you really want. It’ll be like learning a new language.

Also, with each email, I’ll encourage you to share your objectives with me so I can give you feedback. Just reply back to share your own list, and I’ll help you by giving you quick ideas and suggestions to improve the way your objectives are written.

For the May 7 course, I’ll only take 10 people who I think I can most help, so be sure to apply before the deadline, Monday May 1.

Your have-done lists for the course

By the end of your first few weeks in the course, by putting in the effort, you will have:

By the end of the course, after sticking with it, you will have:

Sign up before May 1 to get started

How it will work

Fill the form before May 1.

These 8 questions will help me learn about you.

A personal note

I’ve relied on this way of writing objectives for much of the breakthroughs I’ve had in the last long while. By visualizing a better situation, and focusing on the smallest thing I could do to improve the situation, I found some surprising ways to make things work out with less effort. Put in the effort to re-write your options with these objectives lists, and you’ll likely be surprised too.

If you’ve got some questions, look below for my email address.

Keep those ideals!

Pascal Laliberté