How To Get Get More Done In Less Time (Hint: Set Unbreakable Habits)


Unbreakable to-do’s are also known as goals. But goal setting these days is a dirty word, it makes you feel all icky inside and almost makes you throw up in your mouth a little.

An unbreakable to-do’s allows you to get a shit load of work done in a very small amount of time, on a consistent basis and without driving yourself crazy by overanalysing every situation.

Today I’m going to teach you how to set unbreakable to-do’s so you can start living the life you’ve always wanted. It’s a method I use myself to get more done in the day and the very same methods that killer software like Goals on Track use to help thousands of members get more things done in their life.

1. List everything down

If you have a project or idea in mind, the very first thing you need to do is, get it down on paper on in something like Evernote. You need to write the main objective and what it is you want to achieve. Be very descriptive, explain the benefits of achieving this major goal and visualise it

2. Chunk…. it…. down

Now you have idea down, you now need to being listing everything you can that you need to do in order to complete this goal. Her’s the secret though, you have to be granular. Keep chopping to-do’s down until you get to a point where each to-do will take you less than 20 minutes to achieve. So you have possibly hundreds of 20 minute goals.

3. Plan the week ahead

Now here’s the unbreakable part. With all your goals/to-do’s listed. Take a handful and plan them out over the next week at set times during the day. This sounds very hard, but trust me. When you do it, it’s so damn easy just to check them off.

That’s it! Now go through each 20 minute goal and check them off one by one over the next week.

Too hard? If you find it too hard, then you could always just use Goals on Track. It has everything you need, so no manual work other than putting in your goals. That’s it.

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