The day’s work

This is the basis of any business. The day’s work, well done, gives the best results but it sounds too simple.

It’s simple but it’s not easy. It’s easy to get distracted, to be busy but not productive.

“Never confuse movement with action.”
― Ernest Hemingway

I’ve got a tool for you that will help if you use it. The idea is simple. Decide what needs to be done to reach your goals, keep it to a minimum and do it. As a rule, you can’t work on too many things at once so this gives you space for 3. Put the most important one first when your ‘battery’ is full and then move to the next. If you only get one thing done, at least it was the most important.

The place for ‘if I could live today over again’ is a little trick you can play on yourself to do that thing for yourself.

The ‘things I get to enjoy’ helps combat procrastination.

‘Appointments’ and ‘things to do inside my goals’ help with planning and the Devil’s Vortex are things to be done but not necessarily done by you. Delegate if you can.

I’ve filled out a sample for you to look at and there is a blank one here to download. Give it a try and see if it helps.