When you are creating an action plan it is useful to use SMART objectives.
Specific - specific goals are easier to accomplish, break things down to manageable tasks. It is also easier to see when you have reached a specific goal.
Measurable - how will you know when you have achieved your goal?
Achievable - do you have the right resources, such as time for study or money for further training? Goals should be challenging, not impossible.
Realistic/relevant - Set realistic goals, and make sure they are all relevant to your bigger plans. Make sure each of your actions brings you closer to the result you want.
Time bound - you need deadlines or targets to keep motivated and help you measure your progress.
Think! If someone else looked at your plan would it be easy to see what you were going to do, how and by when? If they can then you probably have it right.