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A  Personal  Invitation  
Post  GLS15  Worksheet  

1. Identify what is wildly important from the GLS.
A. Using the chart below, first write down the top 10 ideas, take-aways, whispers from God’s
Spirit, or kick in the butt—ideas you feel you have to execute on.

1. ____________________________ 6. _______________________________

2. ____________________________ 7. _______________________________

3. ____________________________ 8. _______________________________

4. ____________________________ 9. _______________________________

5. ____________________________ 10. ______________________________

B. Next, compare two items, and circle the one that is more important to you. For
example, compare 1 above with 2, then 1 with 3, then 1 with 4 and so on.
1 2
1 3

2 3

1 4

2 4

3 4

1 5

2 5

3 5

4 5

1 6

2 6

3 6

4 6

5 6

1 7

2 7

3 7

4 7

5 7

6 7

1 8

2 8

3 8

4 8

5 8

6 8

7 8

1 9

2 9

3 9

4 9

5 9

6 9

7 9

8 9

1 10

2 10

3 10

4 10

5 10

6 10

7 10

8 10

9 10

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C. Now, count the times each number is circled. The number circled the most times
is your top priority, the second most circled number is your second priority, and
so on. Now list your priorities in order.
1. ____________________________ 6. _______________________________

2. ____________________________ 7. _______________________________

3. ____________________________ 8. _______________________________

4. ____________________________ 9. ______________________________

5. ____________________________ 10. ______________________________

D. Take a moment and reflect on the top 2 or 3. If you feel good about them, start with these in
terms of execution.

2. Disproportionately resource what is wildly important.
A. There are times when it is both wise and strategic to over fund something because it has
taken on new and important value to us. Disproportionately resourcing what is wildly
important means actually moving resources (like money, time and human talent) from
column A to column B on our personal and organizational “spreadsheets” to create needed
change.
What is coming to your mind that you think you can do to over fund what seems wildly
important?
B. What kind of resources will best get these moving? Time from you? Time from others?
Funding? More spiritual discernment as to what to do next? Courage? Innovation?
C. In the chart below write your top 2-3 execution priorities. Then identify the resource
needed—and this is key—the source for those resources. See example in chart below.
EXECUTION
PRIORITY

RESOURCES
NEEDED

RESOURCE
SOURCE

HOW IT PLAYS OUT

Example: Build my personal
and team’s skill in receiving
feedback better than we do
now

Ø

Ø

Ø

Commit next Thursday
evening to read the book
personally

Ø

Spend $450 for books

Ø

Time to read and
process with my team
Sheila Heen’s book,
Thanks for the Feedback
Funds to buy 12 copies

Personally giving
up time I was
planning to
wash/wax my
SUV

3  
 

Ø

of the book and catered
breakfast
Time on the calendar to
process

Ø

Ø

Reduce staff
birthday lunch
fund by this
amount
Move time slotted
for senior team
planning day to
address this

and a breakfast
Ø

Commit all of Thursday
morning after Labor
Day to process with my
team

1.
2.
3.

3. Make yourself a simple, compelling scorecard.
Create a 3x5 card and put it where you won’t miss it—on your nightstand or tablet, taped to a door
knob, or added to your 6x6 on the GLSNext app.
Post GLS Execution Priorities Gaining real ground
1.
2.
3.

In motion

Stalled out

4. Put a repeating “GLS execution check in” event on your
calendar. Easy enough. Add an audible alarm/pop-up that gets your attention.  
 

©  JDavidSchmidt,  2015  


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