There are several times during the week in which you should take the time to reflect: once at the end of each day, and then a larger, more in-depth review at the end of the week. In order for these reflection sessions to help with productivity and progress toward achieving your goals, they need to be positive experiences in order to be constructive.
In life, there are always things that we want to achieve. Whether it’s a pay raise, establishing your own business, going on holiday, being healthier or more active in the community. In order to achieve them, we write goals. Let’s talk about how you can write goals that work for you.
Remember to dream: it’s a simple but powerful concept, but one that is often overlooked.
Ever have somewhere to be but end up taking forever to get ready before you go – no matter how much you rush? If you are anything like me, this is the usual morning struggle. Leaving in 10 minutes but spend another 20 getting yourself together. This can be stressful and wear you out in the long run, but the one room rule can solve this.