Rule No 4. Make a long Term Road Map: - Deepstash
Rule No 4. Make a long Term Road Map:

Rule No 4. Make a long Term Road Map:

Make a Proper Road map of your Goals. So basically when you have a road map of what you have to so it will help you to make To-Do list. make sure you make a road map not a timetable because when you make Long Term timetable it will put a burden on you as compared to Road Map. Psychologically when the human brain senses a Heavy Load it will start to Procrastinate the work. as you make a whole timetable for the whole year or something like that... Make sure to structure a Road Map.


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