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Analyze your list carefully and set clear priorities on items before you begin. Never give in to temptation to clear up small things first.
Discipline yourself to work only on those activities that have most significant impact and influence on your life. Get them done quickly and well. Once you develop this habit of planning and prioritizing, your stress level will decline, your productivity will increase, and your career will take off.
"I have found that one of most effective means of helping people achieve a *successful* personality is to... give them a graphic picture of what successful personality looks like." --Maxwell Maltz, Psycho-Cybernetics (1960).
As you continue to "Think on paper", you increase ability to *see yourself* in new improved way. It is simply a re-enforcement to strengthen whatever areas of your life you want to get better at.
Most people want to have more abundance in family time, financial security, spiritual peace and a general freedom to just do what comes most natural.
Your journey to succeed is hard work and fruitful work for sure.
Don't sell yourself short and limit your true potential.
"What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" -- Dr. Robert Schuller
Well ... here is your chance to convert all this *stuff* into reality.
Start Thinking on Paper!
Ed Hirsch mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ# 55939361 650-872-1024 So. San Francisco, California