Last updated on August 15th, 2018 at 02:49 pm
Applied efficiency are the tasks which ensure that your big dream goals are consistently being met in a useful and productive manner.
If you are working to make your big dream come true with activities which ensure that your dream goals are consistently being met in a dynamic way then you should be experiencing real successes.
But, maybe you are you like me and you aren’t completing the tasks that will move you closer to accomplishing your dream.
Do you ever wonder why it is when you find the energy to push in the direction of your dream, often as if by magic, your actions make you feel better, yet, you stop short of your goal or you eventually quit working on your dream because of other distractions?
What’s missing? Why aren’t we moving forward on our dreams?
No one else knows what’s on your to-do list. Delegating is almost impossible because you can’t pass off what you won’t define. There are tasks that others in your work life or home life should be or could be doing to free up more of your personal time.
Lack of scheduling the tasks that will move you forward with your dream and set their priority in your life. I’m learning is to schedule my dream goals and the steps necessary to complete them–like one schedules a block of time for a Dr’s appointment. Put your big dream tasks on a calendar that you look at or use and block out time. If you need to, pretend its something REALLY important that can’t be moved no matter what. You’d be amazed how many energy-zapping tasks are downgraded if an interruption is not an option. Turn off all temptations and distractions–just like you would if you are in front of your doctor.
In order to live your dream, you should learn how to manage your time efficiently, right?
I’m going to let author, motivational speaker, corporate trainer, and entrepreneur, Jack Canfield, share his Recommended Daily Actions in the following video to have a successful and meaningful day. It’s wonderful dream advice.
Jack’s Advice for Starting Your Day with Applied Efficiency:
1. Upon rising, close your eyes and visualize your day.
2. Visualize your big goals.
3. Do affirmations. One for each goal.
4. Place images around your home and office that represent your completed dream.
5. Have better-feeling thoughts; turn your negative thoughts into positive outcomes.
6. Have an attitude-of-gratitude. Be grateful for all you have each day.
7. Take inspired action when it hits you.
As you begin to take action toward the fulfillment of your goals and dreams, you must realize that not every action will be perfect. Not every action will produce the desired result. Not every action will work. Making mistakes, getting it almost right, and experimenting to see what happens are all part of the process of eventually getting it right.
Are you going to have a efficient dream week by scheduling the tasks that will move you closer to accomplishing your big dream?
Heather Montgomery is a fitness writer, triathlete, and blogger who is devoted to sharing what she has learned about becoming a triathlete after age 40. She uses her Metabolic Training Certification to help other women struggling to get fit in mid-life. She lives and trains in Santa Rosa, California, the new home of the Ironman triathlon. You can find her biking the Sonoma County wine trails.
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