Things to Do


Things to do.... I have an obsession with writing things to do list. I write on-going things to do, travel list (daily detailed ensembles), grocery list, weekly things to do, prayer list, travel list, etc. Writing down my goals big or small helps keep me on track with getting things accomplished. You should always have goals that you working to achieve. This keeps you motivated and focused. What are your short-term goals? What are your big goals? I have several notebooks because sometimes handwriting puts things into better prospective. In addition, I utilize my phone as well with notes or reminders. This gives me several reminders. I enjoy rewriting the things to do list once I have marked off quite a few tasks, therefore I can visually see there is still much to be done. I know that everyday life can be busy but take time out to yourself to write down your goals. Writing down your vision/goals is the first step to accomplishing it! I write a yearly goal list and complete a vision board every year as well. There is no better feeling than getting all of your goals accomplish big or small. It makes you feel productive and accomplished. 2016 is more than halfway over have you reviewed your 2016 goals? What all have you accomplished thus far? What steps do you need to take in order to complete them all before 2016 is over? A predominant procedure for setting goals uses the SMART acronym, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely. If you utilize this goal setting process it keeps your goals achievable and keeps you focused on achieving them. So start today! WE CAN ACCOMPLISH SO MUCH! Don’t keep putting it off life is short. Accomplish as much as you can while you have time here on earth.

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