The other day I couldn’t stop ideas from popping into my head. They were coming a mile a minute.
My brain was in overdrive!
The problem is…I find it difficult to do the work needed to make all of those things happen.
I usually blame it on lack of (kid-free) time. But that’s really not the issue. As an idea person, I need to stop every once in a while and just do the work. I need to take action. I need to start projects, and then finish them. I need to Do the Work.
That’s exactly what Do the Work is all about. It’s exactly what a person like me needs to read.
If you’re an idea generator and not a doer, it’s exactly what you should read too 🙂 Check it out.
Here’s a quick recap of the books I’ve mentioned so far this year:
- The One Thing
- One Line a Day
- 20,000 Days
- The 12 Week Year
- The Early to Rise Experience
- The 80/20 Principle
- 18 Minutes
- Clutterfree with Kids
- More or Less
- It’s All Too Much
- Clutter Busting
- Getting Rid of It
- Getting Things Done
- Bit Literacy
- Do the Work
If you’re a reader, I can’t recommend these books enough! Try reading in iBooks or the Kindle to stay clutter-free.
Now on to our daily task…
Write down every single thing that you need to accomplish this week. Then schedule those things (but make sure they’re the RIGHT things) on your calendar. That way you’ll know WHEN you will accomplish those things on your to-do list.
It will be 5-15 minutes well spent!
Your assignment for today:
- Continue working on habit #5.
- Schedule your to do list on your calendar.
- Keep working on your cleaning schedule.
- Sign up for info on how you can have accountability and direction from me on how to declutter you house and life.
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