- Michael Van den Bossche
Sales Representative, Whirlpool Corporation
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Organized planning of your "want-to-do-section"
Being a person with a broad spectrum of interests it is impossible to do everything you want at once. One week you are spending to much time on one particular thing but you forget the rest, and the other week vice versa. Or one day you do one thing very quickly, go to the other and another, and you end up doing nothing.
So, I came up with the idea of putting all my interests on paper and determined how much time I wanted to spent on each section PER WEEK. (want-to-do-section)
As for example:
- Spend 2-3 hours on the TED-forum
- 1 hour particular sports-forum
- 1 hour reading of think and grow rich (great book by the way)
- 1 hour reading Chakra workbook
- 1 hour listening to Tony Robbins
Of course there are other things like, work, meditation, Karate, cooking, ... But those I had put in the section of things "must"-do everyday.
That way you can choose out of the "want-to-do-section", on that certain day you want it for a certain moment of time. So you don't go doing one thing for ten minutes the other for 20 minutes and actually not being productive instead.
Hope this makes sense for y'all and it gives you an idea to sort of do the same, or pick something out of it!