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Show Green Signal…Get Going

Submitted by on September 23, 2009 – 9:25 amNo Comment




Are you a kind of person who hangs up with work that can be finished today but you save it for tomorrow? So, check out my cool tips which can show the door to this impediment and get you going with your work. It’s just about efficient time management, that’s all… so guys check these out…

Think in pieces:
If you are messing up with some ominous project, so deal with it in pieces, suggests Laura Stack, who has written the book ‘The Exhaustion Center.’ For easier accomplishment, divide it in small parts and work with each at a particular time. This will turn your job an easy-do.

Bribe yourself:
Yeah, this is an appropriate way to let flow things swiftly. Therefore everytime you complete a task, induce yourself with another to-do. For instance: I will watch Friends only after I finish this work, see how fluently you finish it, for a glance of your favorite show.

Speak out:
Speak about your project and time till you will wind it up to a close friend. Ask her to inquire about it. This will work efficiently because going public brings a sense of responsibility.

Delegate:
Keep a hand at your heart and seek the answer from your inner self, Will I do this?  Whatever the answer may be, go by it. If it is no, don’t hesitate to assign it to others. The key behind this is putting a halt to deferring and not deterring.

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