How To Plan Your Day

How To Plan Your Day

7 things you MUST track to go from being busy to productive

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I don’t know about you but everyone I talk to seems to be “busy”

There’s a BIG difference in being “busy” and being “productive”.

To be productive means you are actually producing something.

Most people are tired, unhealthy and not where they wanna be financially because they are “busy” more days than they are productive

In today’s VLOG I’m gonna teach you how to plan your day and the 7 things you MUST track to go from BUSY to PRODUCTIVE

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#1 Know how you’re spending each hour

Time block activities by the hour from the time you get up to the time you end your day and you will QUICKLY see if you are INVESTING your time in activities that will PRODUCE the results you want.

I track my morning routine, my workouts, my time with clients, time with my husband and on and on. This will be an eye opener to how you’re actually spending your time

#2 Start with gratitude

Beginning your day with gratitude will help to focus your mind on what’s right. Sometimes it’s so easy to focus on what hasn’t happened and what isn’t the way you want it to be.

Having a practice of gratitude is a game changer

So many of my clients will set these BIG goals and then not take the time to create micro daily goals – Cledra.

#3 Goals

The great thing about this is that these are goals FOR THE DAY not FOR YOUR LIFE! So many of my clients will set these BIG goals and then not take the time to create micro daily goals

 

#4 Targets to create a win

Narrow your focus to the top 3 targets for the day that when finished would make you stamp the day as a win.  Drilling down to this level will take your productivity to a whole new level.

#5 Lessons learned

Most people don’t stop to evaluate what they’re doing and then are surprised when they aren’t creating the results they want. Being intentional every day about looking at what can be improved will shift your energy and productivity to focus on what REALLY matters to hit the targets that REALLY count

 

#6 WINS

Celebrating your WINS every single day is a great practice to help you not stay in a constant state of “it’s not done YET”.  As an ambitious business owner you wanna do big things but it’s important to celebrate along the way. Starting a practice of celebrating your daily wins will help you not be so critical of your progress

#7 Evening gratitude

Ending your day with gratitude will position you to feel great about the day. Now you have a gratitude “sandwich” by starting and ending your day with gratitude you’ve wrapped the gift of the day in thanks. There’s so much data about what gratitude does for our mind and our focus.  

 

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Leave me a message and let me know how tracking these 7 things changed your productivity.

 

Please share with a friend who could also use some help with being more productive.

Start and end your day with gratitude! – Cledra.

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“HEALTHY WEALTHY BOSS LADIES”

The focus here is to provide the unique strategies for women of faith who are entrepreneurs and/or network marketers who want to learn how to grow their business online without sacrificing time with family or their relationship with GOD

About this video:  Knowing how to plan your day is very important. Shifting from busy to productive is mandatory for all entrepreneurs because time is currency.  Multiple six figure earners and successful executives swear by time blocking and investing time instead of spending time. Knowing how each hour will go helps network marketers not fall into the trap of losing time online or offline while prospective.  

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