Warrior, You can do anything, but you can’t do everything.
Many people have a “to-do” list and run around trying to do everything, but they end up being busy but unproductive.
At the end of the week, they feel like they didn’t accomplish anything. And somehow, they feel drained.
A “to do” list differs from a “must” list.
Warrior, It would help if you learned how to delegate, prioritize, and eliminate.
Every day, you have a limited amount of time and energy. Warrior So it would help if you focused on what’s essential, decided what to delegate and do yourself, and eliminated what doesn’t serve you.
Focus on MUSTS, not a to-do list. Measure your OUTPUT, not your INPUT.
What must happen this week to get to the next level?
Then create a list of those things. You are only as good as your commitments.
If you have a “to-do” list, you will overwhelm yourself.
One must look for every area of your life.
What can you focus on, what can you delegate, and what can you eliminate?
Whatever you focus on, you get more of. So focus on what expands your capacity, not the problems.