You can’t seem to get that project started.
It’s been sitting there.
Maybe you are telling yourself that you’re not ready. Or that your idea isn’t good enough yet. Or you’re missing the needed resources.
Those are all excuses.
To jump-start your work, sit down and start your rough draft.
Big goals don’t do themselves.
Dreams don’t become real on their own.
If you want to accomplish big things in your life, you can’t not do the work.
Will you do the hard work or simply hope for things to magically happen?
You were going to get up early today.
Instead, you stayed up late last night.
Now, after resetting your alarm twice, you are rushing to get out the door.
What could you have done if you had gotten up early today?
It is a new year, which for most people means new beginnings.
It is a time to start new things.
Yet, many of those resolutions, new habits, and other promises were just talk.
If you didn’t start them yesterday, today is the next best day.
As the year ends, it can be a great time to look back at what you accomplished in the past 12 months.
It is a good time to reflect on where you have been.
As well, plot where you are going in the future.
So, how was your year? And where do you want to go in the next one?
As this year winds down, it is a good time to look back at 2013.
In review, I wanted to call out some of my favorites thoughts and ideas of the year.
Here are my favorite 12 Time Management Ninja writings of 2013.
Today is an important day.
You may not have thought of it as such, but it is.
Because today is the one day you can control.
What will you do with it?
Chances are that you want to read more books than you currently do.
Yet, reading is probably one of the first things to fall off your list.
The average person read less than 6 books last year.
How many did you read?
Read on, if you want to learn how to fit more reading into your busy day.
Being productive isn’t always effortless and simple.
Sometimes being productive hurts a little bit.
Discomfort, hurt feelings, or even disappointment.
Are you willing to endure short-term pain in order to reach your goals?
Your attitude determines your productivity.
More than almost any other factor, your perspective on the current situation affects your ability to get work done.
If you need to be more productive, make sure you bring your positive attitude.