Do you create New Year’s resolutions and goals at the beginning of each year? How long do you stick to your resolutions?

Do you create a daily, weekly, monthly to-do list or even a longer time-frame to-do list? Do you overload your to-do list and always have to play catch up? What happens if you don’t overload your to-do list? Are you able to check off all the tasks at the end of every day?

Chances are that you manage to empty your to-do list just about daily and that leaves you with a great feeling of accomplishment.

Now imagine what would happen if you turned your New Year’s resolutions and goals into a yearly to-do list? Do you think you would be more likely to have a 100% completion rate at the end of the year?

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It is easier to break down a to-do list into manageable chunks than break down a goal. Your goal is often more like a wish that you hope to reach, but it does not have an accountability portion attached to it. Whereas your to-do list has a built in incentive for you to check off as many tasks as you can. It is almost as you will become your to-do list.

I would love to assist converting your goals into lists.
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