Why it’s better to manage daily routine but not the hour to hour


Planning and preparation are important to most of us. In sports, if you don’t have a game plan, you’re likely to fumble. Without detail planning, a big event can go awry.

Our daily lives are where planning matters most, but we often fail to prioritize it there. A clear plan in the morning will help us avoid failure.

We set seasonal and annual goals, but it is what we do each day – the habits we adopt, the work we accomplish, and the priorities we set – that compound over time into success or failure. We can find balance and reset by spending a few days aimlessly each month. When we spend more time without purpose than working towards our goals, we end up falling short of goals and wondering where all our time went.

Why is tracking your performance more important than just writing


Unfortunately, I have no time. We hear this phrase almost every day, whether from our coworkers, family, or friends. The vast majority of people, however, lack a detailed understanding of how they actually spend their time at work and at leisure.

You can become a master of your time by following a simple formula. Keeping track of your daily activities helps you stay on top of your everyday activities and habits. Therefore, you will be able to adjust your actions to add more hours.

How to set your weekly goals for better productivity


A weekly goal might seem like a small piece, but it’s a vital component of the bigger puzzle. To reach the bigger goal, it’s up to you to put those pieces together week by week. You will be able to determine the right weekly steps if you look forward to long-term goals. Moreover, it will motivate and keep you accountable for following through on your commitments because every new day brings a fresh start.

You can use this simple but effective system to achieve your weekly goals while increasing your chances of reaching your bigger ones.

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