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The Fresh Start Effect suggests that planning your goals around temporal landmarks representing new beginnings, such as the start of a new year, month, or week, can increase your chances of success. These landmarks provide aspirational motivation, which comes from within and often leads to behavioral change.

While many New Year’s resolutions fail by February, it’s important not to give up on your goals if you missed January. Instead, leverage the beginning and end of a week or month as your start and deadline anchors for your goals. By aligning your goals with these temporal landmarks, you tap into the “fresh start effect” and increase your motivation to take action.

Time Management: Myth or Reality?

Time management is often misunderstood. The truth is, you can’t manage time itself because everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. The key lies in managing yourself and your tasks effectively within the time you have available. This is achieved through productive use of time via effective task-to-time allocation.

Here’s how you can apply the concept of task-to-time allocation:

  1. Manage Yourself: Prioritize and focus on the most productive and high-impact tasks at any given time. Ignore distractions and non-essential activities.

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  3. Trade with Others: Delegate and outsource tasks that can be handled by others, allowing you to have more time for important activities and goals.

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  5. Use a Digital Calendar: Utilize digital calendar tools like Microsoft Outlook or Google Calendar to record and organize your tasks. This helps you stay committed, focused, and avoid unplanned activities.

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  7. Plan Ahead: Plan your next day the night before to set clear priorities. This allows your subconscious mind to focus on the plan while you sleep, giving you a head start each morning.

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  9. Prioritize and Focus: Set tasks and activities in order of importance, not just urgency. Highlight the top three most important tasks each day and tackle them first.

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  11. Cross Off Completed Tasks: Celebrate progress by crossing off completed tasks. This provides a sense of satisfaction and motivation to continue with the remaining items.

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  13. Remove Unnecessary Tasks: If a task is repeatedly postponed and adds no value to your life, consider removing it from your to-do list.

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  15. Celebrate Milestones: Celebrate and reward yourself when you achieve project milestones. This positive reinforcement boosts enthusiasm and motivates you to pursue your next goals.

To learn more and practically apply the time to task allocation skills, register for the upcoming ‘How To Build Momentum and Achieve Your Goals’ webinar here: https://agamebusiness.com/build-momentum-webinar/ 

 

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“Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own hear. He who looks outside, dreams. He who looks inside, awakes.”

-Carl Jung

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