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Improving sleep through mindful breathing exercises
Practicing stress reduction and relaxation techniques
Establishing a relaxing bedtime routine
Break down larger tasks into more manageable subtasks . Create a list of subgoals or subtasks. Accomplish the subgoals and the final goal becomes achievable.
Focus on the present subgoal. Don’t worry about subgoals further down the list.
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Apply the "good enough" standard to yourself. You don’t have to be perfect. You just need to be good enough. Setting unrealistically high standards prevents you from trying because of the fear of not meeting the unreasonable expectations.
Break down tasks into 15-30-minute morsels. Don’t bite off more than you can swallow at any one time.
Credit yourself for whatever you accomplish today, however small it may be. Don’t focus on things you still need to do. Credit yourself for what you did do.
Don’t begrudge yourself for what you didn’t do. Just carry over any unfinished tasks to the next day.
At the end of the day, jot down 2-3 things you accomplished that day and 2-3 other things you plan to do tomorrow. Then expand the list to more things. Create a schedule in advance so you will hit the ground running each day.
Focus on what you can do TODAY, not on what you didn’t do yesterday. Don’t become mired in the past. What’s done is, well, done. Make today count.
Start with small, easily accomplished subgoals, and build up from there.
Starting small helps you reach a larger goal without overwhelming yourself.
Give yourself a 10-15-minute break every hour. Reward yourself for accomplishing a designated task by then (and only then) engaging in a more desirable activity.
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Your to-do list is not your project list. Don't add multi-action tasks to your to-do list, such as "Clean out the office." Break projects down to smaller, easier-to-tackle subtasks.
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Break down big tasks into smaller ones to avoid procrastinating and help you stay on track to achieve your final goal.
Never put a huge project down as just one to-do on your list. Instead, put bite-sized to-dos that you can do one at a time. Take it step by step.
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