Overwhelm can paralyze you but it is simple to overcome - just give it 15 seconds!
High achievers rarely procrastinate. They can focus in the security that they are working on exactly what needs to be done. We procrastinators need a little help to get to this point. So check out the tips below, lose the guilt and get stuff done!
Next time you hang up the phone and have that “I know there was something else” feeling, give agenda lists a try and watch the difference to your time
How much time do you spend on the internet? More to the point how much of the time you spend on the internet is productive for your small business?
Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Louis Pasteur, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson & Albert Einstein. ~ Jackson Brown Jr., writer The key to getting the most out of your day is to have a daily list.
Spend a small amount of time each day keeping your commitments up to date and have the rest of the day on full brain power to maximize your focus.
Visual distractions take your focus away from what you are meant to be doing. Every time your subconscious sees something you have left lying around it is like someone knocking on the door and interrupting you.
Like everyone else you will have times when you are stuck somewhere. Committed to being there. This time does not have to be wasted. By being thoughtful you can use this time to save time later.
Speaking always fires my enthusiasm. I love to see the light come on in someones eyes when they suddenly realize that a simple change can make a huge difference to how much they can get done in a day. Each time I speak I leave inspired and with some new resolutions myself. I thought I
Chicken Farmer Syndrome “I’ll go and feed the chickens” said the farmer picking up his 2 buckets of grain. Part way across the farmyard he noticed two roof slates on the ground. “Oh, I’ll put them back on the roof” said the farmer, putting down his buckets and ambling across to the barn for his