7 Tips to Help You Accomplish Your Daily Goals

Success is a result of completed short-term goals toward the long-term goals. Being organized on your daily goals will help you get in control of the tasks. Here are the 7 tips that will help you accomplish your daily tasks.

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#1. Focus on your Priority

Set daily priorities. Remove, turn off, or close anything that will destruct your attention to complete such tasks. Here is a short motivational audio entitled The Forgotten Skill of Focus with regards to being focused. (Listen to the Motivational Audio)

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#2.  Make a List

Do not under-estimate the power of making a list. This will help you keep on track that you are accomplishing the things that you have planned. Keep a notepad, stationary or post-it notes within your arms reach.

#3. Manage Your Time Properly

With so many activities to do, and so much external factors in life (family, friends, hobbies, internet, parties, peer pressure, etc.) it is so easy let the day pass by without accomplishing much. Set estimated time frames for each tasks, and set break times. Don’t let time be wasted by doing unimportant tasks. Whenever you find yourself being unproductive, go back and review your time table.

#4. Delegate Tasks

Remember that you are not alone. Let others do the tasks that are beyond your expertise. It will save you a lot of time and money, and much more, better and faster results.

#5. Manage Your Emails and Phone Calls

Set specific time for checking emails and if possible, for accepting phone calls. This may seem inconvenient at first, but people will respect this email and phone management, if you are being responsible with the results.

#6. Clean Your Work Space

Reducing clutter in your workspace will clear your mind, will boost your creativity and analytical thinking. Daily cleaning of your work space must be included in your schedule. A clean work space will help you work in speed while being calm.

#7. Stay Organized

Keep the information (files, folders, etc) within your reach for a specific task. Spend at least 15 minutes at the end of each day cleaning your files and clearing your desk. Another 15 minutes to plan the next morning.

“Rewrite your major goals everyday, in the present tense,

exactly as if they already existed.” - Brian Tracy

I hope that this article has inspired you and may help you in setting your daily goals.

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To your success,

- Linda

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P.S.: You may also be interested reading the article What Are the Pre-Requisites of Setting Goals?