How to finish what you start and work effectively with these steps
How many times do you start a project that ends up halfway because you don't have the time or because the results aren't as fast as you expect. Or worse yet, for any other invented excuse. The truth is that for some it is very easy to abandon any project before struggling with the obstacles that are put in the way.
Tips to achieve your goals Don't leave your projects halfway!
1-. planning: it is important to plan and be organized to bring a project to a successful conclusion. It is vital to define short, medium and long term goals. This makes it possible to clearly visualize what needs to be done and to see how to move forward.
See how the goals are approaching, allows you to relax mentally. Conquering small goals maintains motivation and makes the process more rewarding and dynamic. This is very important, considering how volatile motivation can be in humans.
two-. Mental division of labor: when working on any project the state of mind is very important. Working on the mind and thoughts is essential.
You must mentally identify the type of activity you are doing, is it an experimental activity or a commitment? This helps to let go of any fears that may be felt when trying something new.
When an experimental activity is carried out, there are possibilities of failing and if you don't like the results, then it is possible to stop, but when a commitment activity is carried out, there is the need to complete it.
3-. Effective work: After setting the short-term goals, you have to set a strategic plan that allows you to achieve it, without involving yourself full of complications. It is essential to work effectively. When you work with quality, times are shortened and, in turn, working without distractions allows you to focus on completing tasks.
You can trick your brain with small moments of effective work. For example, using a timer that determines the time in which you will be totally focused on the work you are doing.
In this time, which can be as long as 10 minutes, you must eliminate any distractions; then take a short break of about 2 minutes where you can do whatever you want.
This 10 x 2 pattern repeated 5 times allows many people to do effective work for 50 minutes in an hour. In this way you can avoid stress, anxiety, overwhelm, as well as procrastinating when carrying out projects. A greater concentration is achieved and the resistance that you have to create something new or culminate it.
With this little guide, finishing the projects and achieving the goals will be possible. The secret lies in knowing how to manage the mind, "deceive" it and keep it in a state of proactivity that allows us to overcome this practice of leaving halfway.