Take the following steps:
1. Meet your potential. I mean the time when you make advantage of it the most. As you may know, there are times during the day when you work the most efficiently, the job is the easiest and the least stressful. If you are not sure about your biorhythms, just check your performance tomorrow and every hour note down how you felt doing your job.
2. Check the quality of action taken at your prime time. You have probably heard the saying “First things first”. Well, easy said than done. Hence we are facing with procrastination. But today let’s focus on the roots of the poor management of your potential. If you are not sure what is the real power of time management, read this:
3. Manage your thoughts. They can be the source of excellent performance or time wasting. Traditional time management theory usually focuses on taking productive action, sometimes productive words and changing habits. But all the factors mentioned above will not be improved permanently unless we manage the roots. The root of all your failures in time management is located in your head.
Achieve success. Think of your yesterday’s thoughts. Answer the following questions:
- What are you focused on during the day?
- Are your thoughts creative or driven by the same idea, trouble?
- Which are positive and which drain your potential?
Record your discoveries in your journal of success.
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