Throw your problems out. Literally.
I hope everyone’s week has been enjoyable so far. The crazy weather recently, at the very least in our neck of the woods, has contributed to many unfortunate accidents. This being part reason for the slightly new sort of post this week in Life, I want to share something with you that has personally worked for me. There are some barriers people get to when using this method, but all I can offer to those of you in that situation is please, do your best to complete it. : ) I guarantee some sort of results.
So first of all, choose a simple, minor or major but absolutely realistic task that you know you are completely committed to completing, write it down, put it on the mirror in the bathroom, the fridge, TV, computer monitor, wherever you first go in the morning. The next morning, you’ll be able to feel fresh and ready to complete this task. Do this for every day you need to do the following and remember, it can be cleaning the couch, organizing a drawer, brushing your teeth, or winning the Super Bowl.
Next, list your current issues. Your problems, your pain, everything. Keep each item to a phrase or short sentence. Something short. Give a good amount of space in between each one. If they’re more of the moment or things that are more daily stresses instead of more serious ones, at every 7 minutes after the hour, rip one off and just throw it out.
If its a bigger issue, every day after you complete that one single thing you wrote down for the day, major or super minor, tear that big issue off and throw it out as you are going to bed. Don’t miss the trash bin!
There’s one more thing I would like you to do. Now that you’re in the habit of writing a goal to accomplish for each day, make it 2 goals. Make it regular, and make them more realistic and practical each day. You’ll find yourself having more free time with more things done. This particular tip I received from a professional, and it’s worked great for me and the people around me.
So let me know how this works for you. firstname.lastname@example.org or please leave a comment to this article. Your e-mail and e-mail address will be completely confidential.
[ Source : GN ]
God speed and Best wishes.