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Your Pacing Plan

Creating your pacing plan gives you a logical ordering of your skills.


If we want to be at the same place each week with the group and also at the same place with the group at the end of this program, you have to self-pace sequentially through the skills you need to learn.

TIP: What works best for your skills in self-paced, cohort learning? You decide! If the plan doesn't work, change the plan.

Let's break it down:

For me, going through the Greif Recovery Program, I planned a minimum of 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week to work on each week's assignments. This got me thorough to the end with only slight adjustments here and there. I planned my weekends off because that's the way I like it.


That's two and a half (2.5) hours minimum per week to complete the program with the group. If there isn't 2.5 hour in your week to apply self-improvement, it's time to change the plan and prioritize yourself.

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