Do you wake up some days feeling overwhelmed before you even get out of bed?
You open your eyes, think “eeeeehhhhh I have so many things to do in my business today, wtf do I start with?”
Yep. I feel you.
If you’re a creative entrepreneur like me, it’s probably how your brain feels the majority of the time!
Which is why it’s so important to plan your day & organise the madness if you actually want to get things done.
In my 10+ years of business this super simple method has been my go-to daily organisational saviour.
And I’d like to share with you how I plan my day, get the important things done, and achieve consistent growth.
It honestly doesn’t have to be as hard as a lot of people make it out to be.
If you’ve got a lot of stuff going on in your head, the first step is to get it out, by writing it down.
Write a list of all the things you currently need or want to do, and then number them according to priority (which of these NEEDS to be done TODAY and which ones can wait a bit longer, or even aren’t really essential and can be scrapped altogether).
*Tip, making a not-to-do list is just as powerful as making a to-do list*
Make sure you get the most important things done FIRST before you distract yourself by looking at social media or even checking your emails, otherwise you will just keep procrastinating or get distracted with something else that will just add to your already chaotic mind…
And then cross things off as you go, which gives yourself physical sensation of accomplishment.
Yes it sounds re-donk-u-lously simple (because it is) but not enough people are actually taking the time to do it!
Seriously, try it out, not only will it make you feel more like you’re actually getting things done, you WILL actually get more things done, and they will be more productive if you prioritise them.
You’ll also give yourself more ‘you time’, and you’ll wake up feeling so much “lighter” and less stressed in the mornings.
Comment and let me know if you’re going to try it, or if you already do this, and feel free to share it with anyone who you know might benefit from it too.