Last week, we talked all about what to say “no” to. Having the discipline to say “no” is a valuable first step in time management.
This isn’t “Say Yes To the Dress,” and no one has time for that!
Instead, think about what you have said “yes” to already. What is currently on your actionable to-do list and what you would like to work on in the future.
So, let me ask you. What are you focusing on right now? This blog, of course. But what will you focus on right after reading this blog? When you start your new task in a few minutes, can you answer “yes” to all those questions with confidence? If not, re-evaluate and see if there is something else you should be working on.
Treat your priorities, like you treat your closet. Don’t just say yes to every dress!
If you missed last week’s blog and you need help saying “no”, download my Guilt-Free Guide to Saying “No” Now.
If you need extra help knowing what to say “yes” to, I’m your gal. I’ll be bringing you my top productivity tips to help you get back control of your time, accomplish more, and be present when you are done for the day.