If this is a ‘yes’ for you – here’s a winning strategy…
The key for getting down to staying on track and getting more done, is how we approach our daily potential distractions.
Cutting to the chase, here are your 5 steps:
- Write a list of the TOP TEN things you believe are must-do’s
- Read through your list, and put an asterisk by the TOP THREE items that are the non-negotiables (the ones with no wiggle room).
- Scrutinise your top three, and mark them 1, 2, 3 in priority-order
- Put a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on your door and skype status, turn off your notifications, close your programs, turn off your phone, let the people around you know that you’re 100% unavailable for 45 MINUTES.
- Tackle the task you listed as your #1 out of the top three. Procrastinate your excuses and just do it!
Dedicating ourselves to a manageable timeframe means we often get more done. 1
If you’re up for the challenge, message me with your experience – and when you’re one of the first 3 to email me you’ll be entered into the draw to win a free consultation with me (valued at >$100 US).
1In “How Highly Productive People Work Less and Get More Done,” Christina Louisa says that working less yet achieving more is about “making each hour count as much as possible.” To do this requires being “alert, focused, and driven” when it’s time to work. [Retrieved from https://redbooth.com/hub/how-highly-productive-people-work-less-and-get-more-done/].
Fi Jamieson-Folland D.O, is a Lifestyle Consultant, with over 26 years experience in Europe, Asia and New Zealand as a qualified osteopath, educator, writer, certified raw vegan gluten-free chef, speaker, health mentor, LifeStyle and Health Ambassador. She’s a Global Citizen, regularly visiting her fav spots – including NZ, Bali, France, Canada, USA and The Bahamas with her husband Chris, relishing an outdoor lifestyle and time with family and friends.