Forget those past to-do lists
that you never completed!
Start the efficiency process over and try again!
Just about everyone has written a to-do list before, and then failed to see it through. So what? It’s time to get over it, and start again. The great thing about attempting an organizational system is there is no limit to the amount of times you can try. Efficiency is something we can always aim for with a clean slate. All you need is a little motivation and a bit of faith.
Increase Your Personal Efficiency by Relaxing Your Brain
The primary purpose of most personal efficiency systems is to declutter your mind so you can think more clearly, move more swiftly, and make better decisions. The key principle for allowing any efficiency system to work for you successfully is: to trust the process.
Your increased success and peace of mind hinges on:
- finding or creating an efficiency system that’s right for you
- choosing to have faith that the system will work for you if you lean into it often enough
It can be easy to put off writing a to-do list and instead write a mental list of reasons why you “don’t want to.” What a waste of energy! Ironically, you could have written up your tasks in that same amount of time… and even knocked a couple off the list!
“…trust that writing your list
will be a beneficial experience”
The process of writing an efficiency list is, in itself, a clarifying experience.
During our half-hearted attempts to get organized in our minds, we can get lost in thoughts, working out the next steps before we’ve finished the current one. Instead of trying to hold all of those projects and processes inside of our brains, it’s better to actually — physically — write it down (or type it out).
Efficiency Habits: How to See Your Day More Clearly
By writing down everything you want to achieve you have dumped the worrying contents onto paper and freed up your mind.
You are now free to focus on the task at hand as you no longer have all that stuff recirculating endlessly in your mind. You’ve freed-up your brain’s RAM!
Trusting The Efficiency Process
Even if you never looked at the list again, you still gained clarity to concentrate. It’s not a failure to first attempt and then give up on a list if you benefit from it in this way. Trust that writing your list will be a beneficial experience.
Give Your Day a Jolt of Energy!
A to-do list is an energy-infusing activity — trust and follow it and you will start to notice the benefits: feeling energized, feeling positive, ready to take on your day — each and every day – to create and achieve your goals.
Take some time now to plan our your week and see what you can do!
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