For years I worked countless hours, and no matter how much I got done, I always went home feeling as though it was never enough.
My “To-Do List” read more like a wish list of all the things I would accomplish if I could freeze time.
Then I made a few small changes that yielded massive results:
#1. Break your list into two. Place no more than 5 Must Get Done (MGD) items at the top of the list. Draw a line.
#2. Write your list at the END OF THE DAY (the night before). Finishing your day strong by planning the next allows you to get out of the gate strong each day.
#3. Estimate a time for each task on your MGD list. Is it a 10-minute task or a 3-hour one?
#4. Name names! Write down the names of the people you need to help you complete this task.
#5. Tick each item off as you go. This brings a feeling of accomplishment.
As simple as this sounds, it was a game changer for me. I hope it is for you as well!
Keep on ticking!,