Getting Things Done

img_3437Decide what is most important to accomplish at a particular moment and only do that.

If you prioritize everything, nothing is prioritized.

Have only one priority at any point in time; you may change it if needed.

Make accomplishing something, even a clearly defined step in a process, your goal.

Eliminate distractions during your most productive time of day, even if only for fifteen minutes.

Schedule think time and take time to sit and think, doing nothing else.

If your day is too full, prioritize determining what can be eliminated, and eliminate it.

Give yourself time for profound thinking–no interruptions and minimal stimuli; you may discover ways to circumvent unnecessary steps to accomplish your goals.

As your day ends, recall your accomplishments before thinking about what hasn’t been done.

 

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Author: Phyllis Stewart

Blogging to the seasoned who do not view television as a primary mode of entertainment, who prefer being active over being sedentary, and who enjoy learning.

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