This past week, I was in North Carolina for a business mastermind meeting and then I headed straight to Mammoth for a weekend, family ski trip.
I literally had several things to do before stepping on that plane, including coordinating my business strategy for the week, managing my daughter’s school and home schedule; and ensuring my family had everything needed for the snow. I know that I would not have a lot of downtime to get stuff complete while away and didn’t want to carry the stress of wondering.
Using the downloadable worksheet, start with a brain dump to help break free of recycling activities to complete in your mind. Write down all your “to-do” items swirling in your head – including shopping trips/list, follow-up items and undelivered communications or conversations. Chunk down any items that seem overwhelming, like “declutter office” and break down into smaller chunks such as, “clear out 2 boxes of stuff each day”, or “spend at least 30-minutes a day releasing items”. Put a “D” next to the items that can be delegated and assign them. Prioritize the levels of importance and commit to completing the top 3 items each day, (do more if you can).
I hope this tool helps you gain more time in your busy day and do what you love!!
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