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Busy people always have some organizing project they have yet to get accomplished. * Even if you get partway done you'll feel like you started to accomplish something. Within a week at most the task will be done and you'll feel lighter inside.
Not everything that comes out has value (as some have told me.) But once it's in a document or on paper, my brain frees itself and allows me to rest.
the later part of the day is the best time for making the to-do list and reviewing the calendar since that way I can make sure I didn't leave anything hanging or open-ended from the day.
Madea decision to stop checking a couple of hours prior to bed.
Once everything is put away, organized and the day is over, find 20 minutes before bed for some relaxing introspection. This is a good time to let go of anything that made you angry or upset. It's also a wonderful time to acknowledge gratitude for anything good that happened. If that doesn't help you start the next day on the right track, nothing will.
5 tips to be truly productive
Want to Be
End Each Day Like This..
#1.Finish one "organizing" project
Whatever your project is,
schedule 20 minutes at
the end of the day and
#2. Do a brain dump.
Writedown or draw
everything in your
brain, Not everything
that comes out has
value..but its okay!
There is nothing
worse than trying to
rest and feeling like
#4. Set a
It allows us to
takes away the risk
of adding more
thinking to the brain
that will disturb
#5. Center yourself.
Isolate yourself from people and
electronics so you can spend some
quality time slowing the outer world.