Goal Fulfillment 101: How to Manage Projects (Getting things Done)
I write this post after arguing with myself about simply going to bed and writing this post. I am not the only person with a million and one things on her plate but here are some of my million and one things:
You get the point. Within each of these categories lie several components (projects if you will). How I manage is by doing a little bit day by day. I could never do everything that I do during the week in one day. I have to break it up into little manageable pieces. I use a dry erase board and google calendar to create my schedule at the end of every week. Typically when we are starting new projects or new phases of our lives we start with full speed. My suggestion would be to start slow and start small. This blog is a perfect example of a project that I have been working on for a couple of months now. I’ve learned a lot. One thing I’ve learned is how time consuming blogging on a regular basis is. I had all of these grand ideas when I started this project but later I realized that if I could simply manage writing on a regular basis, that’s a huge accomplishment in relation to everything else I’m managing. I will be making some more changes to this project because I am managing my time better now but at first it was really hard to simply write as frequently as I do. This is my goal fulfillment advice for the week. Don’t start too big because it may lead to disappointment. I would hate to see you disappointed later on for something as minor as biting off more than you can chew at the beginning.
Until Next Time,
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Until Next Time,