How do I get back on track after I realized I got distracted and will not be able to complete all my tasks for the day?

Damien Roux
Evaluate. Why did you fall off the wagon? Did you not plan your day out, or did you have unforeseen things happen, that kept you from doing the routine?
I try to go step by step. If I only got two things done, I try to do at least one more the next day. Then I’ll add more. Take one day at a time. If I know the day before that I’ll have a stressful or just packed day, I either consider getting up earlier, or accepting that the tasks won’t get done. Sometimes I have to shorten the tasks, like a 3-5 minute stretch instead of a full workout. Experiment and try to find out what feels good. Postpone, or do shortened versions.
I hope this helps 🙂
Good Luck.

Rémy Colin
First, be easy with yourself and compassionate. Days where you get distracted and behind happen. Re-evaluate what you have left to do. Prioritize the tasks left over and be realistic about which of those you can accomplish in the remaining time. Before you focus again take a moment to reflect on what distracted you and try to eliminate or minimize the distraction for the rest of the day.

Gary Patterson
If you get distracted and can’t complete your tasks, just try to do one small action – it may be only one of the tasks you have or just a part of a task – to keep the flow going. If you find that you really don’t have time, good sleep and a positive mindset for the next day are good things to have. You could write a to do list or schedule for the next day to keep yourself on track and not lose doing the task completely.

Hanni Adam
All you can do is be accountable. Make room for th tasks assoon as possible, contact whoever you need to of something is going to be done at a later time than you had planned. Just roll with it, don't be hard on yourself because it's useless, incorrect, and does nothing for your ability to produce the work you need to. We are all human, we all get distracted 👍🏻

Howard Clarke
Just stick to the plan and get done what you can. You will eventually get tired of moving those tasks every day (assuming you write out your tasks daily). I do this every day and it happens to me every day and after enough times I will prioritize the tasks that I've been neglecting for days.

Daphné Joly
Step away from the work environment. Meditate for five minutes – mindfulness, focusing on the breath, etc.. then prioritize. Look at the time remaining and what is your one big thing (or Tim Ferris’s idea of the domino task that makes all the other ones that much easier or unnecessary) that can’t wait til tomorrow and can still be finished in time allotted. Be assured that evening you can plan the next day/s to handle remaining tasks. Do not try to work til the wee hours trying to make up for the distraction- you’ll be working at 50% effective as; that time is better spent sleeping a full 7-8 hours so that you’re functioning at 100% the next day and more able to handle new stressors and less prone to distraction. Daily mindfulness Meditation will be key to strengthen the muscle of attention, to recognize future distractions as they occur and return your focus to the task at hand.