Stage 1: Planning - Deepstash
Stage 1: Planning

Stage 1: Planning

To ensure momentum at early stages:

  1. Never focus on what is possible, focus on what is practical(i.e. make a to do list that you are confident enough to complete)
  2. Consider it a life death situation to complete the tasks. Hence tasks should be easy, small, and repeatable. (2-3 MOST IMPORTANT TASKS)
  3. Think small, say small, do small
  4. Until you are confident enough, have momentum, and feel less disatisfied.

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