1.Make a List.
Before your week begins, sit down and make a list of everything you want to accomplish for the upcoming week. Seeing everything written down will not only help you remember your task, but it also helps to keep you on task.
2. Be Reasonable With Your Goals.
Don’t try to accomplish one month’s worth of goals in one week. You’ll burn yourself out quickly, and it’ll take longer and be harder for you to refocus.
3. List Your Goals By Importance.
Put some crazy symbols next to the goals that you want to complete that day. For example, a star (*) could indicate a goal you want to accomplish that day, and an exclamation point (!) could indicate something you just want to look into more. It’s your list, so you can come up with any symbol and as many symbols as you like.
4. Set a Completion Date.
Out of your list, take the top three things you want to accomplish just for that day. Focusing on only three allows yourself to not feel too overwhelmed in the day.
5. Start Checking Things Off.
Nothing feels better than accomplishing your goals, no matter how big or small! So get started, and start checking things off! You won’t regret it 😀