There seems to be a strong correlation to success in reaching those 'small goals' for those who make a short list each day vs. not making a list or a Visual..:: I know for myself, if i get up and decide to 'wing it' so to speak, it would be like trying to bumble through the day without my glasses! ..(Not a good thing for the walls that i will bump into! lol)
Trust me, you want to make the list as short as possible and omit the things that annoy you!
(who has all day lol) .... Your list need not look like the Dead Sea scrolls that will take a lifetime to complete. They can be as short as three top priorities in your life and as little as ten minutes each day! ... Now doesn't that sound appealing!
I don't know about you, but make a list and i am like a charging bull that spots a bright
red flag. My focus is right there and it has my full attention! ...It can be as simple as 1-2-3!
Whether it is ten minutes for exercise, or ten minutes to clear that extra room; anything that is important to you!
Here's the thing: I used to keep my list in my head until it got to be too crowded in there!
THE GOOD NEWS IS:
It builds MOMENTUM!! ... When you see your accomplishment and move it over to your 'finished' list, you will feel not just good about yourself .... you are going to feel AWESOME AND AMAZING!! ...Plus, as you begin to conquer goals, you will find your lists getting shorter, but your days longer and more JOY time for you and me!
Having said all that, Spark Guy himself is the one who convinced me through his blogs, to make a list, of which he refers to as the "Backbone of my work to reach goals and have fun each day")... I am sharing the link to Spark Guy's blog "Small goals challenge activity: Daily Planning" of Feb 28... The really neat thing besides his suggestions are the comments by YOU--many who replied how this simple way to reach small goals is helping daily! ... Take a look! ... Just reading is very energizing! ....
And thanks for stopping by today! Stay sparked
.....And have a great day!