This post on how to get back in to momentum which I wrote down when I felt I was not as focused as I should have been and felt a bit unmotivated. These are a few of the tips I came up with and they will work even if you feel you have been lacking momentum for quite som time. It’s time to becomea an action taker again!
The ability to make fast decisions and change them slowly is a quality of successful people and leaders. Train yourself to gain momentum and confidence.
We are making numerous decisions every day, many small and rather irrelevant ones and some more important ones. The more decisions we make, the firmer we are in our beliefs and trust in our own ability to make good decisions. There have been many studies looking at our daily capacity when it comes to decision making and there are limitations as to how many decisions we can make before that part of our brain is getting tired (and hence less focused).
Organized planning is the key to success. In this post you will learn why and how to do it but remember effective and efficient execution is instrumental to your success! This is one of the most comprehensive chapters of the book and for a good reason. It doesn’t matter how many times you read it as you will always interpret the information in new ways which gives you even more knowledge to put into action in your life.
We all have limited decision making capacities before our brain gets tired. Let’s make sure you use it for the most important decisions, automate the rest! By making sure you have great routines, you create great habits and they will happen automatically. When doing this, you have more brain capacity for decision-making. You should focus on the most important things in your and your family’s life (especially if you find them boring as that often means we postpone them..). Secondly, the things you find utterly boring. Don’t just let things happen, make sure they happen in the best and most efficient way so that you are actually happy with the result and not grumpy about the outcome!
We can all be the boss over our days and when we are it feels great as we get the most important things done!
We have all had days where we wonder were all the time went and why we got so few things done. Unfortunately this is very common and in particular if you don’t make sure you have your priorities right! You never want to be running around all day just being responsive. If you are always taking orders and doing things based on other peoples requests, you will never be in control. This post will tell you exactly how to be in control and stay in control whilst getting the most important things done!