So by breaking a larger project down into smaller to-dos, it will be easier for you to identify what step you should take next.
These smaller steps should be written down on a list.
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The main reasons why specific goals are so powerful:
By breaking down large projects into smaller steps you have the opportunity to receive feedback faster and make adjustments when necessary.
We want to see progress quickly. We enjoy the feeling of crossing something off our to-do list - dopamine is being released.
By breaking long-term assignments down, you open the door to experience more frequent rewards and dopamine rushes which inspire you to keep taking steps forward.
It encourages you to claim your successes and to deflect your failures.
When something good happens, you take the credit, but when something bad happens, you blame it on something out of your control.