Make it Happen

The only way to get things done is to get on and do them…

 

No matter how uninspiring something may be, it’s on your “To Do” list for a reason. And it still will be tomorrow. And the next day. And the next – unless you get it done.

Prioritising a “To Do” list can be difficult, especially if you work for yourself, or from home. If something is urgent, or has a rigid deadline it is usually easier to prioritise – unless it’s boring/down-right unpleasant to do, then it’ll ALWAYS stay on the list until it is, or almost is, too late. (Yes, I know!) This is never good, and only adds to the glum feeling. Yes, it does.

Nevertheless the feel-good factor, however small/sad/silly/fleeting, of getting that task out of your way is always satisfying. Then you can get on with the exciting/fun/slightly less boring tasks without feeling guilty or having that niggling worry at the back of your mind.

And if you should find you don’t have that niggling worry, and you’re free to get on with the fun stuff, ask yourself if it’s this…

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Now I’ve ruined your day, GET BACK TO WORK!