Do you find there is not enough time in a day to get everything done? I hear you! Some days I just wish the days be 12 hours longer. Other days (especially weekends) are just too damn short!
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2) Stop Procrastinating!! Easier said than done, I know! I know! It’s so easy to procrastinate. Maybe you’re overwhelmed, maybe your procrastinating out of fear, may it’s just out of sheer laziness, or maybe you are a habitual procrastinator. Stop. Think. Why? What are your reasons for procrastinating? Once you understand your reasons, only then can you really put an end to procrastination. Baby steps. Keep in mind, you didn’t wake up one day and suddenly you’re a habitual procrastination – it takes time and conditioning. As such, you cannot expect to unlearn procrastination in a day. It can take weeks or months even. Patience, consistency, and determination are key here.
3) Avoid Technology!! If you know you have things to do, the absolute worst thing you can do is jump on your phone/tablet/computer or sit down to watch TV. Technology has its purpose. Unfortunately, it is also the #1 reason people get distracted, lose focus and lose time. Save it for after your done your tasks for the day. Here is will habit breaking will occur… “But I always wake up, have my coffee while reading the news online” – Well, why not wake up, make coffee, have breakfast, tackle your task for the day THEN read your news online. You have to find alternatives. You and your phone / TV/ Computer are not joined at the hip. You can and you will survive without it for a bit.
4) Time Management & Schedules!! We are habitual creatures. We like routine, even if you think you don’t, deep down – you unknowingly do. Creating a new routine is one of the best ways to help with time management and schedules. Sticking to it is the hard part. Don’t be hard on yourself, remember it takes between 30-90 days to re-work brain patterns. Baby steps will also help.