How to get stuff done and free up time
Is some of this familiar?
- You miss deadlines.
- You are rushing to get things done.
- You worry that you’ll forget what you need to do.
- Things you need to do pop into your head at the wrong time.
- You are feeling overwhelmed by everything you must do.
- You are not sure that you know all the things you must do.
- You spend time trying to figure out what to do next on your ‘list’.
- You think there must be a better way to get things done.
This guide will help you to:
- Get your tasks and projects under control.
- Relax, because your brain doesn’t have to remember everything on your list.
- Only work on the important stuff.
- Know where to look for the next thing you need to do.
- Find the all the references, documents, and tools you need to do a task.
- Manage your inbox.
Results you can expect
- You can see everything you need to do and not feel overwhelmed.
- You can get more done, with less effort, in less time.
- Find time for yourself and the things you would like to do.
- Ease the noise inside your head.
- You can sleep better.
- You can enjoy life more.
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You get many years of my experience, and interest, in how to get things done with the simplest system that works.
The tips I’ve chosen for this download are a collection that work in harmony with each other that have stood the test of time. Pick the ones that resonate with you and introduce them into your life as you move towards stress-free success.
Each of the 34 tips has a paragraph explaining how to use it, and in what context.
Tips are grouped into the following sections:
- Time Management
- List Management
- Collection Points
- Reference Systems
- Overcoming Procrastination
- Recharging your energy
A Little Bit About Donnie
I love creating a supportive, safe space for people to figure out who they really are and what is important to them. I find joy in helping people discover what they really need to feel fulfilled in life. I feel strongly about people having the time and space to rediscover their truth.
I believe in keeping things simple. Life has enough complexities without us making things more difficult than they need to be. It takes conscious focus to simplify things, to get the essence and remove the unimportant.
My prime methodology is Cognitive Behavioural Coaching although I am qualified and experienced in a wide range of methodologies.
I am, a softly spoken Scot, living in Whitstable, Kent along with my wife Sasha. I can often be found absorbing all the news around Formula 1 or taking my time in nature.