Your best work gets done when it needs to be done, you have to want it and be ruthlessly intolerant. With clear priorities and focus you work on the right things at the right time.
Only YOU are accountable for getting “stuff” done. We find it easy to set monetary targets however we need to give the same priority to time targets. Unproductive people have no idea where their money has gone.
Success is about our behaviour and how we manage the time we have. Your goals and your achievements are compatible to your behaviour.
Each week think about what you want to achieve and put that as the heading of the week. Achievement underpins motivation and having one big goal for the week, will be you identifying what matters most that week.
David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done describes the process. If we can put all of our stuff in buckets, nothing gets lost and it is out of your head and into a system.
- Daily – the to do list, only what you can do that day (be realistic)
- Weekly – what is the biggest thing you want to achieve in the week
- Monthly – headings that give an indicator of how effective you were in the month
- Annually – year to view on one page, with your holidays and key dates
- Projects – present and future so that everything is captured
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