Instead of describing the things you want to do or the places you want to go, you’re going to describe what you actually do with your time.
Keep a diary of your activities. Make an entry in your time diary at least once every 30 minutes, and keep this up for at least a week. It forces you to see what you're actually doing and what you're not doing.
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The key to achievement is your ability to break down the task into manageable pieces and knock them off one at one time.
Discipline yourself to look neither forward nor backward and you can accomplish things you never thought you could possibly do.
You probably have a bigger problem with one or the other, even if you feel like you face both these situations.
Remind yourself of items that don’t bring you joy, and contribute very little to your long-term goals.
This way, you’re unlikely to spend a lot of time doing time-sucking, non-rewarding work, freeing you up to do the work that does make you happy in the long run.
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