In part 1 of this series I shared my new mindset, my planning, how I prioritize and execute my day. Today, I’ll be covering how I maintain my focus, how I make adjustments and my results mindset.
After reading David Allen’s Getting Things Done (the bible on personal productivity), and Brian Tracy’s book, Eat That Frog, I made some changes to my work day that have made me more effective, relaxed and in control. I’m hoping what has worked for me will work for you too. In this two part post I’ll be sharing seven changes I’ve made in my daily schedule to increase my personal productivity.
Many people go through life taking whatever job comes their way at whatever wage their employer sets. If this is you, take heart, it may be possible for you make more money doing what your good at.
Here in the U.S., we get geared up for a Presidential Election every four years. And every four years we hear the same speeches and promises about change. Recently I was listening to and audio program by the late Jim Rohn. In his talk, he mentioned all of external factors people use as excuses for…