Today is a Monday of a new week. Many people have already taken their steps into a productive week this morning, while others are still considering a move, or waiting to be to tapped on the shoulder for a mind rewiring to occur so they can set themselves in order
for the week.
If you are one of those still queueing up, don’t worry, you are here for the shoulder tapping moment..
The following are the 5-tips you need to enhance your week with, so you can set up yourself for your anticipated achievement.
1. One task at a time:
If you have many things on your to-do-list, and you take one of them to give your total focus, it is wise and easy to succeed on it than trying to do all of the task at once.
2. Begin early:
As simple as this may sound, many people may always miss the mark on going after their weekly drifts.
If you have it on the list, and you really want to succeed on achieving it, please start early. Remember the old adage, “early to bed is early to rise”, meaning if you start early, you will succeed in achieving result early, relating to this context.
3. Take an overview of your performance:
When you have begin with a single task very early, the next thing you have to consider is a review of your work so far. This is quite important, to guide you on your areas of your strength and weakness.
4. Carry on a Triage:
A triage tag is a prefabricated label, placed on each patient that serves to accomplish several objectives like; identifying a patient, bear record of assessment findings, and identifying the priority of patient need for medical treatment and transport from the emergency room.
When you perform this on your weekly demands, you will know areas that needs more energy, and those that needs simple pus of input in work.
5. Give yourself a break:
If you put in work, and the result is far from the expected, don’t pierce your skin, take a break, drink some water or wine. Just relax.
It takes a continuous effort to get a near perfection outcome. Practice, keep practising. This is all your require to go in harder next time.