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Tips to Structure Your Day | Brian Tracy

Tips to Structure Your Day | Brian Tracy

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Start with a list

Start with a list

Every minute you spend planning saves 10 minutes in execution or getting the job done. 

The most important thing you can do is plan your day the night before. If you couldn't do it the night before, do it first thing in the morning. Write down everything you have to do. Making a list helps to clarify your thinking and forces you to think at a higher level. 

Working from a list can increase your productivity by 25%.


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Set priorities

Organise your day by setting priorities on your to-do list before you start. 

Look over the list and apply the 80/20 rule. For example, if you have 10 items on your list, two will be more valuable than the other eight.


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Do your most important task first

Do your most important task first

Ask yourself if you could only do one thing on the list before you had to leave home for a month, what one task do you want to be sure to complete now. 

Identify the most important task, then do it until it is completed.


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