K.I.S.S. Success Tips
17Mar/180

5 Proven Tips to Help You Reach Your Goals Faster

A lot of people hoping to make money online are limited to working at it 
just a few hours per day or less. If you’re working a day job and are 
frustrated that you can’t spend more time becoming financially free, I 
have some good news for you.Do you know what’s even more effective than having more time to work? 
Getting as much as you possibly can out of the time you do have available.

How Our Brains Work Against Us

There’s a meme floating around called “Scumbag Brain” that jokes about 
how the human brain works against us sometimes instead of doing what 
we want it to. For example…It’s easy to get motivated, but hard to stay 
disciplined.

Perhaps you’ve noticed that gritting your teeth and relying on willpower 
alone is not enough.

Think of the last time you were on an exercise program that did not last. 
You went to the gym religiously for several weeks…until you caught a cold, 
or missed a day. Then, it was back to your old habits and behavior again—
not to mention feelings of guilt and self-blame (which make it even harder 
to bounce back).

The key is to avoid self-criticism by understanding how your mind works. 
We all get lazy or have setbacks. The key is to get back on track again 
quickly when (not if) it happens.

Schedule 90-120 Minute Time Blocks

The easiest way to get something done is to set a specific time and place 
to do it, and then show up when the time comes. Otherwise, your goals 
and plans are not concrete enough, and you can fall into the 
procrastination trap.

It’s also a fact that people can only stay focused and productive for 90 to 
120 minutes at a time, before we need a rest or diversion. It’s impossible 
to stay ultra-productive all the time. Don’t even bother trying.

Instead, schedule blocks of time when you’ll be doing nothing but working, 
and when it’s over, STOP. Take a 15-20 minute break, or wrap it up for the 
day.

Also, treat your scheduled commitment to yourself as seriously as you 
would your job. Isn’t it just as important?

Prioritize Your Top 5 Items

It helps to list the top 5 tasks to accomplish each day, preferably the night 
before. Then, when the time comes to work, work on one thing at a time, 
starting with the most important action item of the day.

When it’s finished, move on to item #2, and so on, until done. Do NOT try 
to do two things at once! Multi-tasking is a myth and a joke.

It gives people the illusion that they are getting more done, but in reality 
you lose concentration while switching back and forth between items 
because it takes time for the mind to get caught up again.

Create an Environment for Focused Work

Your performance is affected the environment you’re in and the tools 
available to you, positively or negatively. Give your body and mind what 
they need to perform by setting up your workspace for success.

Before you start, clear out the clutter and remove any potential 
distractions. Have only one window open on your computer. Get away 
from email, phone, and social media until your work block is over. You 
can schedule a separate session for phone calls and email.

Take a Fun Break!

Lastly, don’t forget to give yourself the rest you need, in order to have the 
concentration reserves you need to fuel your work.

So make a point to schedule periods each day for breaks, leisure, and 
fun as well as working on your business. It’s just as important if you want 
to be consistent in the long run!

Also, if you want to get even more done and make even more money in 
less time than you can achieve through your own efforts, consider 
licensing and promoting other people’s info products and sales funnels, 
rather than creating them all from scratch.

To find out how even brand-new students are making thousands per week 
with no website, no product, and no list, just by spending 30 minutes per 
day following a proven method, click here for details.

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Until next time...Live Long and Prosper!

Talk to you soon,

Stan Fuller
StanFullerCoaching.com

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