Getting more done every single day is one of the essential terms for success. When you get more done each day, you’ll get more done each month, you’ll get more done each year — You will get more done in life, and that’s success!
Isn’t it ?
Today, I will share with you guys the most important 7 time-management and blogging habits that I learned during last few years in the internet marketing business.
I was always curious to know about the success of people and their secret tips to get the things done in better way. So, I started reading many books and watched many videos in last few days. These books/videos not only helped me to take the right decision, but they have taught unimaginable good habits which I was not able to integrate from a long time.
Here we are going to talk about 7 habits which I have integrated in my life (very slowly) and want you too to integrate them in your life.
1. Set daily goals
I read this statement thousand times – “Set the Goals.”
But as all other guys, I never cared about intentionally setting my goals.
Setting goals and working plan for each day, this habit will take you to a very new level in life. Make the list at the minute you wake up, then start following that.
Get used to actually follow what you write, every single day. Also don’t plan more than you can do, so make sure your list is realistic.
2. Find your time
This might seem difficult to you, because you are already doing most important time waste of your life.
Using Facebook. 🙂
I can say with 100% belief that you are wasting atleast 70% of your time on Facebook just doing nothing.
So please stop it.
Find time for your business, and work on it to grow.
Some people can work in the night, some can work in the early hours of the day. Make sure to recognize what type of person are you, then schedule your daily plan according to that.
Do the hard work on your best hours, and rest on your bad hours.
3. Early rising
I tried to rise up early in the morning and failed many times.
But something happened in my life and I had to integrate this routine.
I did it very slowly.
First week I woke up at 8:00 AM (Yeah, I used to sleep till 10:00 AM).
Then next week I made it 7:30.
Next week 7:00 and finally 6:00 AM now. 🙂
Waking up early is very important. I wake up at 6 AM everyday, and what I accomplish before 8 AM is probably more than what others do in a whole day.
When you wake up early, there are no distractions, no noise — You’ll be surprised how productive you can be.
While others tell you to Get ready – then aim (plan) – then take action (fire). I will suggest something different;
Get ready –> Take action –> Make your plan better after gaining the experience.
Don’t get stuck in the “aiming” stage.
5. Set deadlines
Always set a time limit to complete each of your daily/monthly/yearly tasks. Because when you will have pre defined goal in front of you, so you will focus more on that.
Setting deadlines will always keep you dedicated for your work. You will feel much happier when things will happen before deadlines.
If you know what you are going to do tomorrow, you are already 50% more productive. ~ Kulwant Nagi
6. One by One
We do too much multi-tasking, and from my point of view this is the top reason of failure.
We want to do all the things in limited time and always try to do many things at same time.
Don’t switch task. Work on one thing, and keep doing that till you finish it, you’ll find that you are doing much more when you are just focused on one thing.
7. Eat Ugly Frog First
This needs no explanation. Put the work that you don’t really enjoy doing at the head of your list.
I read one book Eat that Frog few days back and this book taught this lesson.
After doing that work you will feel too much satisfied and relaxed. So always start your work with most difficult task.
I hope you enjoy it 🙂 and going to integrate the blogging habits soon in your routine.
photo credit: Kevin_Morris