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For the past two weeks, we’ve looked at a simple goal-setting method that will carry you from your goals to tasks in a few easy steps. It’s called “Building the Bridge.” Following is Part 3 of the four-part series.
In this section of our goal-setting series, we get down to the real meat and bones: the formation of tasks that will inspire action. We call this important step “Breaking It Down.”
It shouldn’t surprise you that procrastination is the root of most failed goals. Getting started is half the battle. And, when it comes to goals, most procrastination comes from either one of three causes:
- You don’t know where to begin
- The task seems too big and daunting
- You’re not motivated to do the work
Continue reading Easy and Effective Goal Setting: Part 3—Break It Down
Editor’s Note: We welcome Elizabeth Bowman of Innovatively Organized as a guest blogger this week. In today’s digital world, we frequently discuss how the combination of paper and digital planning (i.e., hybrid planning) is an optimal path for most individuals to take in order to stay productive—Elizabeth was kind enough to provide us with her Top 10 tools to help you with that productivity when using your digital devices.
With all the productivity apps available to purchase and download, it’s common to experience app overload. How do you know which apps will actually help you save time? Over the years, our team has compiled a list of our top ten time saving apps. Continue reading 10 Apps to Save Busy Professionals Time
Good news for back-to-school time. You can get your kids to do their homework without constant prodding. It’s not as hard as it you’d think.
It starts by teaching them a few easy time management skills. Try these essential back-to-school homework tips to help make it happen. Continue reading Create the Right Back-to-School Homework Routines