Just force yourself if you have to and once you do it becomes part of your routine or visualize yourself after you complete it imagine how would you feel probably better
Make your goals smaller, they'll be easier to complete, and you'll probably end up going above and beyond because you're not satisfied with small
Set small and achievable goals. If you struggle with these then break them down further. Once you start hitting even the smallest of goals it incentivises you to keep going.
My goal is to use the reward/correction system that I use to use with my kids. For example each day that you complete your golden triangle reward yourself 12 minutes extra free time for the weekend. Each day you don’t take 12 minutes away. By Saturday you’ll either be able to sleep an extra hour on Saturday or will have to wake up an hour earlier.
try to reward yourself after completing tasks 😀 or just try to cut something off : for example tell yourself if I do this task, I can watch netflix
First set your plans then set a time frame for those plans. seperate the plans into short time and long time make a to do list then set the time for every activity finally think about the obstacles that are against your achievements then get ride of these obstacles as possible.
- How many tasks do you put on your to-do list per day?
- What should always be on the to-do list of a student?
- If you don’t have a lot of activities on a weekend, what do you actually write in your to-do list?
- How long is your to-do list?
- Do you plan every day of your life or write only things that you shouldn’t forget to do?
- What do you do in order to complete your to-do list?
- Does your to-do list consist of work tasks or personal? How do you prioritize??
- How do you deal with disappointment when you don’t complete your to-do list?
- Do you plan your day hour by hour? Or what routine do you use?
- Do you find that writing your to do list helps you achieve today’s goals?