So many of us are GREAT at having brilliant ideas, but actually making them happen – getting stuff done – is when we hit stress and overwhelm. And, dare I say it, procrastination can kick in… If you’d love to discover how to actually get stuff done, then I’m sharing my personal favourite strategy with you in today’s 5Minute.Biz video.
And it starts with forgetting the traditional ‘to do’ list – don’t worry – there’s a great reason why. Here’s where to find out more – and get it sorted:
Is there anywhere in your life or your business that this could help you with getting stuff done right now?
Do you find yourself drowning under your ‘to do’ list?
And how could today’s strategy help you?
I’d love to hear from you via the comments. And here’s where we’re talking about it over at the forum (you need to be a member of our 5MinuteBiz VIP group to see this – and here’s where you can join).
See you next time when I’ll be sharing my personal insider secret for really getting stuff done (hint: it’s not what you might think!).
With love, Namaste,
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Clare 🙂 this sounds like a good one!! Have set my task for tomorrow morning, feel calmer already 🙂
Great news, Maddy! Doesn’t it feel great?! And the next morning, it’s such a relief.
I loved your idea for getting sh** done first thing in the morning. I recently attended a workshop led by Samantha Bennett in California and she also suggests doing “your creative project”, whatever it may be, for 15 minutes each and every morning, before anything else, even email. I’ve been doing that (in my book writing) and have found that even 15 minutes (which often stretches to much more!) can quickly add up to a considerable accomplishment. Thanks for the reminder, Clare.
You’re welcome, Renate. And thank you for sharing your insights. It’s so true – little and often builds up quickly.
For me, that hour before the family wakes up is my ‘golden time’ – I get so much done!
Different people work best at different times of the day.
So it’s up to each of us to figure out when our personal golden time is, and to make sure we fill that with something that will make a big difference, and not just admin. 😉
Enjoy your 15 minutes today!
With love, Namaste, x Clare