Try these things…

  • Track your day. Get an idea of what you are doing with your time. This allows opportunity to become aware of how time is being spent, identify needed changes and where you may consider making adjustments.
  • Identify your performance type. Are you task oriented, or do you work better by a schedule? Troubleshoot activities by observing which method yields the best end result. Either way, whatever method will produce more than “nothing”.
  • Make your bed every day. As insignificant as this may seem, this simple task starts your day off with an accomplishment. You have set the tone of your day with “success”! This can also become a keytone habit:

Keystone habits are “small changes or habits that people introduce into their routines that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their lives.” – Charles Duhigg, The Power of habit

Here’s a closer look at how keystone habits work: