Do you feel like you never have enough time to get everything done in the day?
Do your unfinished tasks trickle over day after day, until the end of the week you feel exhausted, scrambling to keep up?
Do you get to the point of shutting down because you have just too…much…to…do?
Like it freaks you out and you feel like you’re going to let people down? Or let things slide and drop the ball on so many things that are important to your work and your life?
Time and time again, no matter how many times you do it, you think that you can get 10 times more done than you actually can.
You make lists. You set priorities. But it doesn’t help.
You spend too much time on a single activity, or you distract yourself with well-defined medium priority stuff to make you feel like you’re making progress—deferring until later those fuzzy high priority tasks.
And then you run out of time in the day, and the next day the cycle begins again.
But the next day is often worse.
You’ve lost your momentum and the mounting list of tasks saps your motivation. It’s hard to stay focused when you know how much other stuff you should be doing.
You get trapped in a vicious cycle. The more you try to do, the less you usually get done—which just keeps the cycle going.
You want to feel that sense of accomplishment, to feel overjoyed at your progress.
To feel awesome because you crossed every item off your to do list yesterday, and you know you’ll do it again today.
Are you open to new approaches?
There’s a simple technique that will take just 10 minutes a day, and help you gain at least an hour currently lost to procrastination, distractions and stress.
It’s based on “implementation intentions”, a scientifically proven way of increasing the chance that you’ll do what you plan to do.
Using it, you’ll tackle more important tasks, stay more focused and end the day feeling more productive, less stressed and more in control.
The technique in 9 words:
Schedule your tasks at specific times during the day
Sounds simple, yet impossible, right?
You’re bad at estimating how long things will take. You get interrupted too often. You have things come up throughout the day you need to handle. You need to be in the right mood to work on certain things.
All that may be true, but you can either give up or take steps to improve your situation. Time management is a learnable skill. And there are secrets you’ve probably never been taught that can help you tremendously.
You want to manage your time like the valuable resource it is. You can always make more money, but you can’t get wasted time back.
So how can you tame your time optimism and start using your time strategically to accomplish more of your goals?
Register below to get instant access to a FREE Scheduled To Do List online tutorial that will teach you how to use this technique correct.
You’ll learn a step-by-step process that leverages how your brain works to effectively build a daily schedule that helps you:
When you register, check the additional checkboxes to also get e-mails with tips & techniques for managing your time more effectively and gain early access to the new time management tools being developed by Strategic Life Tools.
Register now, and start taking control of your time.