In this episode, I discuss trying to get it all done, why you shouldn’t attempt to, and what you should do with your overloaded plate of tasks instead.
I walk you through the 5 Ds to approach any task on your to-do list, ways to increase the efficiency of your business, and how assigning due dates can help you take massive, focused action toward your goals. I also offer tips for determining your high-value activities and prioritizing your projects against your tasks.
I hope you enjoy my episode on trying to get it all done and encourage you to stop putting that unnecessary and harmful pressure on yourself. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
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What You'll Discover In This Episode:
- Why Your Beliefs Keep You Feeling Overwhelmed
- The #1 Affirmation That Will Empower You To Be Productive
- Why Your Approach To Projects May Be Counterproductive
- The 5 D’s For Handling The Multitude Of Tasks On Your Plate
- So Much More!
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