Wednesday, January 10, 2018
As I look forward to the coming year, I find myself reflecting on the previous one. I look back on successes and failures as well as the opportunities missed. Whether professionally or in our personal lives, I am sure you have wished, like me, that you could accomplish more. Whether it is time constraints or competing priorities, it seems like there is never enough time to do everything.
Have you ever met those people who appear to get everything accomplished and have time left over? I often marvel at those who manage to do so many things and excel at them. If we dig a little deeper though, we may find that these people are not superhuman, they are more focused and, in turn, more effective in the things they do.
Effectiveness can be learned, but it takes hard work and diligence. You cannot learn to be effective in a day. It takes a long-term commitment on your part. The key is to implement small steps that will eventually become effective habits.
As we begin a new year, we often make resolutions to get in shape or eat healthier foods. What if we made a commitment to be more effective this year?
Here are three steps we can all take to be more effective in everything we do. If we do these three, simple things, we will be noticeably more effective!
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