So, planning increases personal productivity:
- Improves memory
- The to-do list programs us on its execution
- When writing cases, we unconscientious concretize cases, which gives us consistency
- We get some certainty and clarity in our head.
A set of ideas, goals and objectives can be expressed in text, tabular form, or can be grouped and shown schematically in the form of a map. The essence of the map is to clearly reflect the connections or dependencies.
Chronophages are what takes away our time, energy, and, in the end, our life! We know perfectly well that idleness is bad. But do we realize this at the moment?
We are all used to living by time, that is, according to certain chronometry. To do things, tasks, projects with grouping by time.
Say and write words of gratitude more often. Say thank you to people, no matter to heaven or the Almighty, if you believe in him, to yourself or mentally to someone.
The variability of emotions is characteristic of both married life and everyday work. It is why stress resistance is required in almost any position now.
To eat a whale in chunks is the decomposition of a task, it means to master something big and complex gradually.
"Lists are a part of history, art and literature. The main purpose of culture is to explain eternity. A person perceives eternity and realizes the incomprehensible through lists."
There is often a situation when we plan and even begin to do... but at the moment when we are already actively engaged in business, someone distracts us, they will call, a text message, a neighboring conversation will distract us, and so we can be interrupted all day without progressing in important projects.
Theses on self-development are full of training and conferences. And sales gurus have made a fortune by touring and telling banal things in public, such as set yourself a goal, moving towards the goal, etc.
It's not scary that we kill our own time, how much to do it systematically!
I will note that, like many people, I am used to writing down my affairs on paper in any form. Usually at work there is a notebook for notes, where I point out what needs to be done at least not to forget…
Working at home seems more comfortable but not always efficient…
It is important for us to make the right decision. In the family, in finance, at work, in a professional career, and for many managers, decision-making becomes a daily exercise.
Watching someone's great success, we are used to seeing the final breakthrough of an Olympic athlete or the successful speech of a successful entrepreneur, but we do not see the painstaking work that preceded the victory.