Surefire Strategies for Sure Fire Focus
Tell me if this sounds familiar? Have you ever thought to yourself: “Distractions and interruptions are the reasons my days spiral ou of control. They’re why I feel so scattered brained.” “How do I stay on track when my mind is constantly wandering?” “It’s really hard to zone in and stay focused. I wish it didn’t take so much effort.” “Literally EVERYTHING distracts me. From co-workers, loud noises in the office, even my own thoughts! I can’t focus for long before my attention goes elsewhere.” This free report is filled with 13 pages of easy to implement strategies for squashing distraction and maintaining better focus for longer with less effort. P.S. If you are already a Zen Productive newsletter subscriber, but haven’t gotten your mittens on the free report, enter you email address and it will sent directly to you; You would be double subscribed.
Tell me if this sounds familiar? Have you ever thought to yourself? “I’m always second guessing myself. Once I decide on my priorities, a part of me doesn’t trust that I’ve picked out the most important thing. And it freaks me out because I may have to defend why I decided to work on project A, instead of Project B to my boss.” “Alot of times, I get so overwhelmed by the sheer volume on my to do list, that I just start with what’s easiest. At least I’m taking some action.” “I have ten thousand things I need to do and they all seem equally important.”
If you’ve ever felt like this, you’re definitely not alone. This free resource is a useful tool for effortless and effective prioritizing-even when you feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to start. Killer prioritization is the result of having clarity about what is most important. Well, the best way to find clarity about our work and life is is by asking quality questions. So I created this ‘Clarity Cheatsheet’ as a tool for myself and as a place to collect some of the most helpful questions for prioritizing. These questions are essential to narrowing down what is most important for you to do first-especially when it feels like you have a 1000 things to do. Asking myself these questions have reduced the time (and effort) that it used to take me when prioritizing by more than 50%!!! In this cheatsheet, you’ll find questions that: -use the power of emotions, -use constraints -use worst case scenario -use your priority responsibilities and priority tasks I’ll then show you how to create a prioritizing matrix that you can use at your job everyday. Click the button below to get instant access to the Clarity Cheatsheet. This cheatsheet includes some of the best and most helpful questions I have found for quickly and effortlessly figuring out what is the most important things you should be spending your time on- even during those times you feel overwhelmed. Click below to receive your gift. P.S. If you are already a Zen Productive newsletter subscriber, but haven’t gotten your mittens on the free report, enter you email address and it will sent directly to you; You would be double subscribed.
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