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Home Time Management Step 3: Figure Out Your First Area of Focus
Today we're going to focus on Step 3 of your home time management plan. Figuring out your first area of focus.
It seems only logical to pick one to start with.
There are several reasons for this:
• It Gives You a Good Solid Starting Point
• It Keeps You from Feeling Overwhelmed
• It Keeps You from Overextending Yourself
• It Keeps You Focused
• You Can Accomplish Your Goal Quicker
Let's look at each of these just a little closer.
It Gives You a Good Solid Starting Point
Many people have great ideas about what their problems are and what they'd like to see change but never pick that starting point and so never actually start. It would be like walking around and around in the grocery store because you couldn't figure out what to take home for dinner.
It Keeps You from Feeling Overwhelmed
I don't really need to tell you that you'll feel absolutely overwhelmed if you try to tackle too many changes at one time.
It Keeps You from Overextending Yourself
This kind of goes along with feeling overwhelmed except that you may feel comfortable with tackling several major changes at once. If you do so, you'll likely be overextending yourself and not able to give your full time and attention to any of them.
It Keeps You Focused
Speaking of attention… focus is a powerful force in the whole "change" equation. Without focus you're not going to accomplish much even if you've followed all the other steps.
You Can Accomplish Your Goal Quicker
It shouldn't come as any surprise that when we devote all out time and attention to a single task we can accomplish it much quicker than if that attention is shared among several tasks.
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