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Multitasking Never Turns Out Well

With all the tasks on your plate, it might seem tempting to jump from one task to another, but doing so often creates a bigger time expense.

To ensure that you complete the most important activities, you need to set priorities. Choose four or five things you have to do to feel accomplished, then rank them in order of importance and do one at a time.

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Life is more manageable when things are broken down. On a daily basis, it is helpful to break life into four categories:

  • Health. Without proper health, other categories are harder to maintain. Prepare healthy meals and make time to exercise.
  • Wealth

To improve and grow, reflection is necessary. Start and end each day reviewing outcomes. Ask yourself:

  • What went well today? How can I repeat these results?
  • What challenges did I face? How can I change my actions to get better results in the future?

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