Is your day organized?
For the past three weeks, I’ve written my blog posts about the struggle we have with our “To Do” list. We cram as much as possible in our day and feeling pulled in different directions has become the norm. But, should we accept this?
Being the person who “does it all” may make you feel needed, respected, successful and important. Along with the overflowing to-do list comes fatigue, disappointment, conflict, and failure. “Doing it all” doesn’t mean you’re doing it well. So how do you go from frazzled and over committed to focused and accomplished?
First, it’s really important to have one main list of tasks to track all you need to do and monitor your progress. Craft this list carefully because there’s no need to add a whole bunch of items you don’t want or need to do. There’s no place for clutter on your organized daily checklist! Last week’s post covered exactly how to live life in 4D. What does that mean? It’s a simple way to evaluate each to-do on your list and decide if you should do it, defer it, delegate it, or delete it. To find out exactly how to leverage the 4D system, read the full blog post here.
There’s one more strategy to help you make the most of your time and focus on the actions you need to take each day to propel you towards your goals. It’s called the 80/20 Rule or the Pareto Principle.
Combining the 4 strategies outlined in the blog posts in the past weeks (making one main to do list, finding your Strength Session, living life in 4D, and the 80/20 Rule), helps make prioritizing a piece of cake. Once your day is prioritized, you’ll feel accomplished, successful, and less stressed. Taking the time to properly prioritize enables you to make the most of your time and energy, which is the best gift you can give to yourself.
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