Time Management Myth - Secret Method to Accomplishing More in Less Time - Double Your Results TodayAuthor: Showayne
Time management is often spoken of as being something important and I understand why they say this. I happen to have a bit different perspective on all this. Most people wait to do things and last minute stuff doesn't always turn out so good. So the better way to be more efficient with my time and more productive is to be goal oriented intertwined with timing.
I get down and dirty for a long period of time, a good block of time is dedicated to one thing and then I take a break for as long as I feel good and ready to go again. This burst of laser focus on one specific task for a good chunk of time far out ways doing it in little spurts whenever there's free time, here and there... Here's why.
Let me first say that the most successful work from home people I personally know work this same principle and this confirms for me that anyone who tries this way will see greater results from their projects.
How this works is let's say you have 30 pages on your website that need 10 backlinks to each page weekly. That means I would have to be setting up 300 backlinks weekly for all my pages. I would break this down into a few chunks of work to do daily.
So it would look like 50 backlinks daily spread across all my post. By the end of the week it would be a total of over 350 weekly, so this now becomes a breeze to accomplish and each day I will not feel good until my task is complete.
Another example is if you want to create 300 articles to paste on your blog monthly, how would that change your business? It will drive traffic to your site and give it a nice boost, so how to go about accomplishing this?
I would look at the amount I wanted monthly and divide it by 30 so I know what I need to do daily to reach this goal. So each day I would need to write 10 articles and by the time the month ends I would have 300 ready to be posted wherever I chose!
This is how the successful people I know organize their work and it may help you as well. Once you get into the habit of organizing things in this way of burst of massive work done in blocks of time, you won't be able to help but see great results from your efforts.
If you hang on long enough and make up your mind that this will work for you then eventually everything will start falling into place, so persevere!