The secret of getting ahead is getting started.
The secret of getting started is breaking your
complex overwhelming tasks into small
manageable tasks, and then start on the first
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Having one of those Monday’s where there’s so much work and you have no clue where to begin? Feel like you’re hopelessly overwhelmed? Stop, take a step back and a deep breath.
Perhaps you just think you’re overwhelmed. As discussed in this article on Feeling Stuck? Five Bad Habits to Avoid, you shouldn’t always believe in what you think, especially about yourself or your abilities.
“Remember, happiness doesn’t depend upon who you are or what you have, it depends solely upon what you think.” – Dale Carnegie
Take a few minutes to break things down into smaller tasks to handle.
“You can do anything, but not everything.” – David Allen
Make the highest priority items your objective for today.
“If you don’t have daily objectives, you qualify as a dreamer.” – Zig Ziglar
There are plenty of productivity strategies to choose from, now more than ever. Maybe trying to get more done in less time isn’t always the best answer. One should also consider the quality of work more than the quantity of work.
» Understand your own work habits, be aware of when you are your best.
» Schedule out your day and allocate time for your most important tasks.
» Stick to your schedule and do not multi-task.
» Work on one thing at a time, and do it well.
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Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination. – Dwight D. Eisenhower
Believe you can and you’re halfway there. – Theodore Roosevelt