I spent the weekend working on my horizons of focus. Once I decided to not interconnect all the levels and to just work on them as they are defined, I finished them off rather quickler. I also relistened to the Horizons of Focus teleseminar, in which David said that the areas of focus can be used as a checklist to see that you are touching upon all your responsibilities and roles.
It is interesting to see how quickly I wanted a neat compact system, when I should've been more relaxed and abstract about it. I know my horizons all work together; there just aren't any lines connecting one to the other. The only higher horizons that I see being linked together in the future are goals & objectives with projects. That will need to be done during my next hof session.
I feel more relaxed just having it all identified.
Great! Can I suggest that you do not plan any HOF sessions to plan your HOFs Just imagine, you can do it anytime anywhere. Just be sure to collect the results and update your goals&project list accordingly. I find I'm the most productive in my HOFs when driving