“the act of stopping time”
I am really fascinated with time, sometimes I just watch the clock tick. I want to understand it, I mean, to be a master of it. I was at a meeting and we were asked that very soul searching question ‘where do you see yourself in 20 years’?
I started by thinking about how old I would be, it made me shout.
This girl would be in her early forties. Others in the meeting acknowledge the fact that 20 years isn’t such a long time. You can actually tell a story of twenty years of your life in a few minutes. It got me bothered and I said to myself, you have to be making good use of this time. It is precious.
I wrote an article about this subject matter earlier this year.
Here’s a series of recording I made early this year, it is not the best, hence I did not initially intend to share it. Rather than wait for perfection, here it is. There are about five steps involved.
Step 1: Setting clear goals
To find out more on goal setting, follow the links below, to access practical steps to help with the process.
Step 2: Using advanced planning
A to-do list is important, I know that sounds cliché.
There is an article about planning your day right here, personally I have been a lot more productive planning ahead and you could do the same.
Step 3: Having a priority list.
It is not just enough to have a to-do list, take it a step further and arrange them in order of priority so you can focus more on important activities.
Step 4: Creative procrastination
There is a lot to be done, you may agree with me on this. Remember the priority list talked about in the last episode? This is how you’ll use it. Keep listening:
Step 5: A B C method
The last one. Weldone! You made it. I saw this method somewhere and I thought I should share it. Listen for more details.
Don’t forget to comment and share. I want to know what has worked for you, maybe I could try it too.