By Roger Reid, Ph.D.|Success Point 360
There was a time, not too long ago, when I constantly told myself there were things I needed to do — tasks I should accomplish.
Knowing the importance of having written goals, I added each new ambition to my list of objectives, then reduced them into small, achievable steps. These became must-do tasks that would eventually take me to my goal.
Finally, I scheduled a reasonable amount of time for their completion.
But at the end of the week, these new must-do items were still on the list, unfinished.