Walking the work / world. !!!!


Taking it one step at a time, by the way these are my new shoes. Keithy don’t have a heart attack.

Its easy to let important projects slide when you are so busy.
At times I feel the panic rise when I’m pressed to do four things at once. I just don’t know where to begin first, and I guess many of you have seem posts from me saying I’m pressured with the amount of work I have to do.
But there is an answer.
I’ve had a policy or prioritizing and then doing things in order and despite the blood pressure rising it actually works and I get the work done in the prescribed time.

Are You Working Out Your “Done” Muscles?
March 19th, 2014 by Morna

A lot of us have problems getting things finished. Several reasons come to mind: procrastination, the need to be perfect, distractions by other things, failure to prioritize. Here are eight tips for exercising what I call your “done” muscle.

1. Get clear about what it is that you are trying to accomplish. Once you have clarity around your goals and/or a particular project, it is much easier to move forward. As you work, keep your eye on the prize. This will help you progress.

2. Break your project down into manageable tasks. When you look at a goal or a specific project, it can seem overwhelming. If you can break it down into bite-size pieces, it is always easier to see how you can accomplish it.

3. Look for where you need help. Just because you have a big project, does not mean that you need to do it all yourself. Remember, it is not necessary to know how to do everything, just what needs to be done.

4. Prioritize what needs to be done. This can apply to a specific project or your daily “to do” list. It is easy to look for the quick and uncomplicated things to do each day so you can check them off the list. The problem is you are not really accomplishing what you need to accomplish. What you should be doing is tackling those projects that move you towards completing your goal.

5. Consider the ROI. That’s Return on Investment. You can look at your tasks and see if time spent doing these tasks is worth your time. Maybe you should delegate the tasks or not even do them at all.

6. Finish what you start. Make that your goal. Really look around at how many people actually finish what they set out to do. Many people say they are going to do something and do not ever complete it.

7. Remember good enough is often good enough. Sometimes we spend so much time aiming for perfection that we don’t accomplish our goals.

8. Don’t over-think everything. As the Nike ad says, “Just do it.”

With thanks to Morna


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Marie Moore says:

    Those are really cool keyboard shoes! Do you play the piano? Those shoes look really fun and should spark some good conversation.

  2. Dianne Newman says:

    Not quite your elf shoes, but they’re awesome! Had a cuppa machiato last week, and thought of you as I sipped it! Your coffee groupie!

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