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Everyone Needs A Daily To-do List.

St Rhenium

St Rhenium

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Do you have one?

I really struggle with motivation as a general rule, so I wrote myself a daily to-do list that involves checking in with any jobs to make sure I haven't forgotten anything or any deadlines, applying for new jobs on freelancing websites and other daily stuff that needs to be done. I try to stick to it, and it as a general rule it works.
 
LucidCaledonia

LucidCaledonia

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I do now, although for a long time I didn't and things just didn't get done. Seeing progress is very motivating, that's why memrise is so good for learning languages. I set out a rough timetable, pencil in generous breaks, and it makes the day much more efficient. Though of course things always interupt.

See this guy for an example of a motivated and organised individual.

 
Allegrif

Allegrif

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I do now, although for a long time I didn't and things just didn't get done. Seeing progress is very motivating, that's why memrise is so good for learning languages. I set out a rough timetable, pencil in generous breaks, and it makes the day much more efficient. Though of course things always interupt.

See this guy for an example of a motivated and organised individual.

Wow, that's some dedication.
Do you have one?

I really struggle with motivation as a general rule, so I wrote myself a daily to-do list that involves checking in with any jobs to make sure I haven't forgotten anything or any deadlines, applying for new jobs on freelancing websites and other daily stuff that needs to be done. I try to stick to it, and it as a general rule it works.
I have one, and I'd recommend one to anyone who doesn't. As the above poster says, seeing progress is very motivating. It's very important though that if you have one you stick to it - slacking off for just one day introduces a very negative mindset and can be catastrophic.
 
LucidCaledonia

LucidCaledonia

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You have to ask yourself how currency traders and presidents manage to get everything done in a day. David Cameron did a short documentary about hsi daily life and it showed just how organised he was.
 

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