Each day typically starts with a new to do list in an attempt to stay organized and productive. Whether it’s work-related or personal, it always seems like the lists are endless and at times, overwhelming.
A challenge for this week is to start small by tackling one or two things each day. By keeping the lists realistic and achievable, you will feel much more productive and stress-free. Once we accept the fact that having more hours in the day would not necessarily mean we’d accomplish more (instead we’d wish for more hours in the day), we can begin to work toward setting realistic, attainable goals.
Start by thinking of a few things you’d like (or need) to accomplish in the next few months. From there, set a couple of milestones to affirm you’re on the right path. Achieving major goals will seem much more attainable with small accomplishments along the way!
Interested in more insight into this topic? Check out Timothy Ferriss’s book “The 4-Hour Workweek” for tips on productivity and effectively using your time and energy to achieve your goals.