Describe a Plan (Not Related to Work or Study) You Have for the Future

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Describe a plan (not related to work or study) you have for the future.

You should say:

  • what plan it is
  • what you would need to do to achieve it
  • how long you have had this plan
  • and explain how difficult it would be to fulfil it.

Well, I am not futuristic, but sometimes I make plans for the near future. Since last year, I have been planning to organise a surprise party for my daughter, whose birthday is on 26th May. So, to make it successful, I need to do challenging things like I need to organise a small party in which only family members will be involved.

Besides, decorating my home with colourful balloons and lighting will be icing on the cake for the party. Last but certainly not least, for the happiness of daughter, I will invite her two friends, who live in my neighbourhood so that she can celebrate her birthday in great pomp and show. I have had this plan for a year because last time, there was a complete lockdown on her birthday.

So we will not be able to celebrate her birthday in the same manner as I m planning to celebrate. Definitely, it will be hard too, but I will manage by making homemade dishes. She loves to eat strawberry cake especially made by me, to make it and many other delicious food items on her birthday to make it successful.

Part 3 Follow-Ups Describe a plan (not related to work or study) you have for the future.

Question 1:- Do you think people need to have a day-to-day plan?

Yes, of course, planning is more needed in everyday work because good planning can bring good outcomes to a person.

Question 2:- Do you think people can still do their tasks if they don’t plan them?

Yes, without planning, people can do their work, but they will not get good output. Though they will be able to meet the deadlines from a qualitative point of view, they will be poor and repent in the end for not making strategies for their work.

Question 3:- Do you think planning is important, or is it a waste of time?

No, planning is not a wastage of time. Instead, it uses time effectively because if people plan their schedule, then there remain successful in their plans even a good novel or movie sometimes doesn’t run successfully due to lack of good planning.

Question 4:- What kinds of personal plans should people make for themselves?

People should plan their daily routine in which they can decide how long they need to go for a walk? What kinds of food they should eat in a day and how to remain healthy both physically and mentally. Besides, how much time they need to have relaxation for themselves as well as how much time they need to spend with family.

Question 5:- For a person with children, what influence does this have on their personal plans for the future?

Well, it varies from person to person. Some person is very positive when they have children, and they plan a very bright future for the family especially for their children. They move heaven and hell to provide them with a good life with all amenities, but some people consider children a burden and a great obstacle in their career. So it depends upon a person’s mentality.

Question 6:- Do you think it is possible to learn how to manage your time?

Well, it is possible for some people who are punctual, dedicated, and the person who values time and can manage well. Still, confused personalities can’t manage, and they all the time remain in a dilemma and depend on others for making the roster for them so that they can decide their activities.

Question 7:- Why do you think some people don’t plan their day in advance?

Because they are lazy and they don’t have good strategies to make plans for the future. They live in their present, and they believe it is futile to make a plan for the future.

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