Sunday, 29 December 2013

Personality Development : Develop a compulsion to closure - Personality Deve...

Personality Development : Develop a compulsion to closure - Personality Deve...: Develop a compulsion to closure - Personality Development An important point to remember is that you have deep within you an “urge t...

Develop a compulsion to closure - Personality Development

Develop a compulsion to closure - Personality Development

An important point to remember is that you have deep within you an “urge to completion, “or what is often referred to as a “compulsion to closer. “This means that you actually feel happier and more powerful when you start and complete a task of any kind. You satisfy a deep subconscious need to bring finality to a job or project. This sense of completion or closure motivates you to start the next task or project and then to persist towards final completion. This act of completion triggers the release of endorphins in your brain that was mentioned earlier.
And the bigger the task you start and complete the better and more elated you feel. The bigger the frog you eat the surge of personal power and energy you experience.

Saturday, 28 December 2013

Technology is a servant, not a master - Personality Development

Technology is a servant, not a master - Personality Development 
For you to be able to concentrate on those few things that make the most difference in your business or personal life, you must discipline yourself to treat technology as a servant,not to hinder you. The purpose of technology is to make your life smoother and easier,not to create complexity,confusion,and streets.
One of the best rules for dealing with technology is to just “leave it off. “Resist the urge to start turning on communication devices as soon as you wake up in the morning. Leave the radio off. Leave the television off. Leave your cell phone off. Leave your computer off until you have planned and organized your day. Deliberately create zones of silence in your where no one and nothing can break through and reach and you. Maintain your inner calm by forcing yourself to stop on a regular basis and “listen to the silence.”

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Sunday, 22 December 2013

Personality Development : Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality ...

Personality Development : Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality ...: Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality Development Many people seem to have an irresistible ‘if not obsessive, need to co...

Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality Development

Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality Development

Many people seem to have an irresistible ‘if not obsessive, need to communicate continually with people everywhere-in their personal and business lives.
This compulsion to communicate incessantly –entailing the nonstop use of cell phones, Blackberry devices, personal digital assistance, the Internet (both wireless and wired), and various contact management systems such as Microsoft outlook and Maximize-tends to leave people psychologically breathless. We have no time to stop, smell the roses, and collect our thoughts.
For you to stay calm, clearheaded, and capable of performing at your best, you need to detach on a regular basic from the technology and communication devices that can overwhelm you if you are not careful.

Monday, 16 December 2013

Guard your Physical Health - Personality Development

Guard your Physical Health - Personality Development
To keep your energy levels at their highest, be careful about what you eat. Start the day with a high-protein, low-fat, and low-carbohydrate breakfast. Eat salads with fish or chicken at lunch. Avoid sugar, salt, white-flour products and desserts. Avoid soft drinks, candy bars, and pastries. Feed yourself as you would feed a world-class athlete before a competition because in many respects, that’s what you are before starting work each day.
Aim to exercise about 200 minutes each week, the agreed-upon standard for excellent levels of fitness. This is equal to about thirty minutes per day and can be walking short stretches during for walk before or after work by walking short stretches during the day. You can swim, use exercise equipment, or play sports, but build exercise into your daily routine, just as if it were a business appointment.
By eating lean and healthy, exercising regularly and getting lots of rest you wiII get more and better work done easier and with greater satisfaction than ever before.
The better you feel when you start work, the less you will procrastinate and the more eager you will be to get the job done and get on with other tasks. High energy levels are indispensable to higher levels of productivity, more happiness and greater success  in  everything you do.


Sunday, 15 December 2013

Get Enough Sleep – Personality Development


Get Enough Sleep – Personality Development
According to many researchers, the average person is not getting enough sleep relative to the amount of work he or she doing millions of persons are working in a mental fog as the result of working too much and sleeping too little.
One of the smartest things you can do can do is to turn off the television and get to bed by 10:00 p.m. each night during the week. Sometimes one extra hour of sleep per night can change your entire life.
Here is a rule for you. Take one full day off every week. During this day, either Saturday absolutely.
Refuse to read, clear correspondence, catch up on things from the office, or do anything else that taxes your brain. Instead go to a movie, exercise, spend time with your family, go for a walk, or participate in any activity that allows your brain to completely recharge itself. It is true that “a change is as good as a rest. “
Take regular vacation each year, both long weekends and one- and two-week breaks to rest and rejuvenate. You are always the most productive after a restful week-end or a vacation.
Going to bed early five nights a week, sleeping in on the weekends, and taking one full day off each week will ensure that you have far more energy. This added energy will enable you to overcome procrastination and get started on your major tasks and greater resolve than you ever could if you were tired.

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Personality Development : Work at Your Own Pace - Personality Development

Personality Development : Work at Your Own Pace - Personality Development: Work at Your Own Pace There are specific times during the day when you are at your best. You need to identify these times and discip...

Work at Your Own Pace - Personality Development

Work at Your Own Pace

There are specific times during the day when you are at your best. You need to identify these times and discipline yourself to use them on your most important and challenging tasks.
            Most people are at their best in the morning, after a good night’s sleep. Some people are better in the afternoon. A few people are most creative and productive in the evening or late at night.
            A major reason for procrastination is fatigue or attempting to start on a task when you are tired. You have no energy or enthusiasm. Like a cold engine in the morning, you can’t seem to get yourself started.
            Whenever you feel overtired and overwhelmed with too much to do and too little time, stop yourself and just say, “All I can do is all I can do.”
            Sometimes the very best use of your time is to go home early and go to bed and sleep for ten hours straight. This can completely recharge you and enable you to get two or three times as much work done the following day, and of a far higher quality, than if you had continued working long into the night.

Monday, 9 December 2013

Personality Development : Think Big.....

Personality Development : Think Big.....: Today's Motivation- "A person is a product of his own thoughts. Believe Big. Adjust your thermostat forward. Launch your success ...

Think Big.....

Today's Motivation-
"A person is a product of his own thoughts. Believe Big. Adjust your thermostat forward. Launch your success offensive with honest, sincere belief that you can succeed. Believe Big and Grow Big.

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Put the pressure on yourself – Personality Development

Put the pressure on yourself – Personality Development
The world is full of people who are waiting for someone to come along and motivate them to be the kind of people they wish they could be. The problem is that no one is coming to the rescues. These people are waiting for a bus on streets where no buses pass. If they don’t take charges of their lives and put the pressure on themselves, they can end up waiting forever and that is what people do.
Only about 2% of people can work entirely without supervision. We call these people “leaders.” This is the kind of person you are meant to be and that you can, if you decide to be.
To reach your full potential, you must form the habit of putting the pressure on yourself and not waiting for someone else to come along and do it for you.

Sunday, 8 December 2013

3 Steps to Mastery – Personality Development

3 Steps to Mastery – Personality Development

First, read in your field for at least one hour every day. Get up a little before in the morning and read for thirty to sixty minutes a book or magazine that contains information that can help you to be more efficient and productive at what you do.
            Second, take every course and seminar available on the key skills that can help you. Attend the conventions and business meetings of your profession of occupations. Go to the sessions and workshop. Sit up front and take notes. Purchase the audio recordings of the programs. Dedicate yourself to becoming one of the most knowledgeable and competent people in your filed.
Third, listen to audio programs in your car. The average car owner sit behind the wheel              500 to 1,000 hours each year while driving from place to place. Turn driving time into learning time. You can of the smartest, most capable and highest paid people in your field simply by listening to educational audio programs as you drive around .
The more you learn and know the more confident and motivated you feel. The better you become, the more capable you will be of doing even more in your field. The more you learn, the more you can learn. Just as you can build your physical muscle through physical exercise; you can build your mental muscles with mental exercise. And there is no limit to how fast you can advance expect for the limits you place on your own imagination.

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Never Stop Learning – Personality Development


Never Stop Learning – Personality Development

One of the most helpful of all time management techniques is for you to get better at your key tasks. Personal and professional improvement is one of the best time savers there is. The better you are at a key task, the more motivated you are to launch into it. The better you are, the more energy and enthusiasm you have. When you know that you can do a job well, you find it easier to overcome procrastination and get the job done faster and better than under any other circumstances.
            One piece of information or one additional skill can make an enormous difference in your ability to do the job well. Identify the most important things you do, and then make a plan to continually upgrade your skills in those areas.



Take It One Step at a Time – Personality Development

Take It One Step at a Time – Personality Development

You can accomplish the biggest task in your life by disciplining yourself to take it just one step at a time. Your job is to go as far as you can see.  You will then see far as you can see, you will then see far enough to go further.
            To accomplish a great task, you must step out in faith and have complete confidence that your next step will soon become clear to you.
            A great life or a great occupation is built by performing one task at a time, quickly and well, and then going on to the next task, financial independence is achieved by saving a little money every single month, year after year. Health and fitness are accomplished by just eating a little less and exercising a little more, day after day and month after month.
You can overcome procrastination and accomplish extraordinary things by taking just the first step, getting started towards you goal, and then taking it one step, on oil barrel, a time.



Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Launch towards your Dreams – Personality Development

Launch towards your Dreams – Personality Development

Once you have completed your preparations, it is essential that you launch immediately towards your goals. Get started - Do the first thing, whatever it is.
The rule for this is “Get it is 80 percent right and then corrects it later.” Run it up the pole and see if anyone saluted. Don’t expect perfection the first time or even the first few times. Be prepared to fail over and over before you get it right.
The biggest enemies we have to overcome on the road to success are not a lack of ability and a lack of opportunity but fears of failure and rejection and the doubts that they trigger. The only way to overcome your fear is to “do the things you fear, “as and “the death of fear is certain.”
A  great hockey player, ones said, “you miss 100 percent of the shoots you don’t take.” Once you have completed your preparations, have the courage to take the first action, and everything else will follow from that .The way you develop the courage you need is to act as if you already had the courage and behave according.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Develop a Positive Mental Attitude – Personality Development



Optimism is the most important quality you can develop for personal and professional success and happiness. Optimistic people seem to be more effective in almost every area of life.
Four behaviors of Optimists are-
1.       Optimists look for the good in every situation. No matter what goes wrong, they always look for something good or beneficial and so they always seem to find it.
2.       Optimists always seek the valuable lesson in every setback or difficulty. They believe that difficulties come not to obstruct but to instruct. They believe that each setback or obstacle contains a valuable lesson they can learn and grow from and they are determined to find it.
3.       Optimists always look for the solution to every problem. Instead of blaming or complaining when things go wrong they become action oriented.
4.       Optimists think and talk continually about their goals. They think about what they want and how to get it. They think and talk about the future and where they are going rather than the past and where they came from.   


Sunday, 17 November 2013

Motivate Yourself into Action - Personality Development

Motivate Yourself into Action -  Personality Development

To performat your best you must become your own personal cheerleader. You must develop a routine of coaching yourself and encouraging yourself to play at the top of your game. You should talk to yourself positively all the time to boost your self-esteem. Say things like- “I like myself! I like Myself! Over and over until you begin to believe it and behave like a person with a high-performance personality. To keep yourself motivated and to overcome feelings of doubt or fear continually tell yourself – “I can do it! I can do it!” When people ask you how you are, always tell them “I feel terrific”

Thursday, 14 November 2013

Guard Your Physical Health- Personality Development

Guard Your Physical Health- Personality Development
To keep your energy levels at their peak be careful about what you eat. Start the day with a high-protein, low fat and low carbohydrate breakfast. Eat salads with vitamin and minerals filled lunch. Avoid sugar, salt white flour products and desserts. Avoid soft drinks, candy bars and pastries. Feed yourself as you would feed a world-class athlete before a competition because in many respects, that’s what you are before starting work each day.
                Aim to exercise for 30 minutes daily, this can be a walk, yoga or meditation. You can swim, use exercise equipment, play sports but build exercise in your daily routine just as if it were a business appointment.
By eating lean and healthy, exercising regularly and getting lots of rest you will get more and better work done easier and with greater satisfaction than ever before.
The better you feel when you start work, the less you will procrastinate and the more eager you will be to get the job and get on with other tasks.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Golden Opportunity for Corporate/Companies - Personality Development

Golden Opportunity for Corporate/Companies
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Sunday, 10 November 2013

Put the Pressure on Yourself- Personality Development

Put the Pressure on Yourself- Personality Development
The world is full of people who are waiting for someone to come along and motivate them to be the kind of people they wish they could be. The problem is that no one is coming to the rescue. Only about 2% of people can work entirely without supervision. We call these people “Leaders”. To reach your full potential you must form the habit of putting the pressure on yourself and not waiting for someone else to come along and do it for you.
                Make it a game with yourself to start a little earlier, work a little harder and stay a little later. Always look for ways to go the extra mile to do more than you are paid for.
                By putting pressure on yourself you will accomplish more and better tasks faster than ever before. You will become a high performance, high-achieving personality. You will feel terrific about yourself and bit by bit you will build up the habit of rapid task completion that will then go on to serve you all the days of your life.

Golden Opportunity for Colleges/ School/Institutions

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Friday, 8 November 2013

Three Steps to Mastery- Personality Development

Three Steps to Mastery- Personality Development

First, read in your field for at least one hour every day. Get up a little earlier in the morning and read for thirty to sixty minutes in a books or magazine that contains information that can help you to be more effectiveand productive at what you do.
                Second, take every course and seminar available on the key skills that can help you. Attend the conventions and business meetings of your profession or occupation. Go to the sessionsand workshops. Sit up front and take notes. Purchase the audio recording of the most knowledgeable and competent people in you field.
                Third, listen to audio programs in your car. The average car owner sits behind the wheel 500 to 1,000 hours each year while driving from place to place. Turn driving time into learning time. You can become one of the smartest, most capable, and highest paid people in your field simply by listening to educational audio programs as you drive around.
                The more you learn and know, the more confident andmotivated you feel. The better  you become, the more capable you will be of doing even more in our field.
                The more you learn, the more you can learn. Just as you can build your physical muscles through physical exercises, you can build your mental muscles with mental exercises. And there is no limit to how far or how fast you can advance except for the limits you place on your own imagination.

Monday, 4 November 2013

Never Stop Learning – Personality Development

Never Stop Learning – Personality Development

One of the most helpful of all time management techniques is for you to get better at your key tasks. Personal and professional improvement is one of the best time savers there is. The better you are at a key task, the more motivated you are to launch into it. The better you are, the more energy and enthusiasm you have. When you know that you can do a job well, you find it easier to overcome procrastination and get the job done faster and better than under any other circumstances.
One piece of information or one additional skill can make an enormous difference in your ability to do the job well. Identify the most important things you do, and then make a plan to continually upgrade your skills in those areas.

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Sunday, 3 November 2013

Take One Step at a Time – Personality Development

Take One Step at a Time Personality Development

You can accomplish the biggest task in your life by discipliningyourself to take just one step at a time. Your job is to go as far as you can see. You will then see far enough to go further. To accomplish a great task, you must step out in faith and have complete confidence that your next step will soon become clear to you. A great life or a great career is built by performing one task at a time, quickly and well, and then going on to the next task. Financial independence is achieved by saving a little money every single month, year after year. Health and fitness are accomplished by just eating a little less and exercising a little more, day after day and month after month.
                You can overcome procrastination and accomplish extraordinary things by taking just the first step, getting started towards you goal, and then taking it one step at a time.

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Launch towards Your Dream – Personality Development


Launch towards Your Dream – PersonalityDevelopment

Once you have completed yourpreparations, it is essential  that you launch immediately toward your goals. Get started. Do the first thing, whatever it is.
                “Get it 80 percent right and  then correct it later.” Run it up the flagpole and see if anyone salutes. Don’t expect perfection the first time or even the first few times. Be prepared to fail over and over before you get it right.
                The biggest enemies we have to overcome on the road to success are not a lack of ability and a lack of opportunity but fears of failure and rejection and the doubts that they trigger. The only way to overcomeyour fears is to “do the thing you fear.
                “You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.” Once you have completed you preparations, have the courage to take the first action, and everything else will follow from that. The way you develop thecourage you need is to act as if you already had the courage and behave accordingly.

Thursday, 31 October 2013

Create a Comfortable Workspace – Personality Development


Create a Comfortable Workspace – Personality Development 

Set up your workarea so that is comfortable, attractive and conducive to work for long periods. Especially make sure that you have a comfortable chair that supports your back and allows your feet to rest flat on the floor.
The most productive people take the time to create a work area where they enjoy spending time. The cleaner and neater your work area before you begin, the easier it will be for you to get started and keep going. One of the great techniques for overcoming procrastination is for you to get everything that you need to work is laid out neatly and in sequence you will feel much more like getting on with the job.
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Prepare systematically before you begin – Personality Development

Prepare systematically before you begin – Personality Development 

One of the best ways for you to overcome procrastination and get more things done faster is to have everything you need at hand before you begin. When you are fully prepared, you are like a cocked gun or an archer with an arrow rolled back taut in the bow. You will be amazed at what you achieve in the months and years ahead. You just need one small mental push to get started on your highest value tasks. Begin by clearing off your desk or workspace so that you have only one task in front of you. If necessary, put everything on the floor or on a table. Gather all the information, reports, details, papers and work materials that you require to complete the job.
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Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Work all the time you work- Personality Development


Work all the time you work- Personality Development
To keep your life in balance, you should resolve to work all the time you work. When you go to work, put your head down and work the whole time. Start a little earlier, stay a little later and work a little harder.  Don’t waste time. Every minute that you spend in idle chitchat with coworkers is time taken away from the work that you must accomplish if you want to keep your job. Even worse, time that you waste at work often has to be taken away from the members of your family. You have to either stay late or take work home and work in the evenings. By not working effectively and efficiently during the workday, you create unnecessary stress and deprive the members of family of the very best person you can possibly be.

Sunday, 20 October 2013

Use ABCDE Method -Personality Development & Time Management



Start with a list of everything you have to do for the coming day. Think on paper. You can use A,B,C,D or E next to each item your list before you begin the first task. An “A” item is defined as something that is very important, something that you must do. This is a task that will have serious positive or negative consequences if you do it or fail to do it, like visiting a key customer finishing a report that you boss needs for an upcoming board meeting. If you have more than one A task , you prioritize these tasks by writing “A-1,A-2,A-3” and so on in front of each item. You’re A-1 task is your biggest task.
A “B” item is defined as a task that you should do. But it has only mild consequences. These are the tasks that someone may be unhappy or inconvenienced if you don’t do one of these tasks but is nowhere as important as A task. Examples- returning an unimportant telephone message or reviewing your email would be a B task.
A “C” task is defined as something that would be nice to do but for which there are no consequences at all whether you do it or not. C tasks include phoning a friend, having coffee or lunch with a coworkers and completing some personal business during work hours. These sort of activities have no effect at all on your work life.
A “D” task is defined as something you can delegate to someone else. The rule is that you should delegate everything that someone else can do so that you can free up more time for the tasks that only you can do.
An “E” task is defined as something that you can eliminate altogether and it won’t make any real difference. Thus may be e a task that was important as one time but is no longer relevant to you or anyone else. Often it is something you continue to do out of habit or because you enjoy it.
After you have applied the ABCDE method to your list you will be completely organized and ready to get more important things done faster and help in managing time and personality  development.

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Friday, 18 October 2013

Tips to increase Productivity for Personality Development


You can use these 3 questions on a regular basis to keep yourselves focused on completing tasks.
Question First – “What are my highest value activities?”
Second Question- “What can I and only I do that is done well will make a real difference?”
This is something that only you can do. If you don’t do it, it won’t be done by someone else. But if you do, do it and you do it well, it can really make a difference to your life and your career.
Third Question – “What is the most valuable use of my time right now?”
Every hour of every day, one task represents the most valuable use of your time at that moment. Your job is to ask yourself this question, over and over again and to always be working on the answer to it.
“Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least.”

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Thursday, 17 October 2013

Think About the Long Period


Think About the Long Period
Positive people are those who are willing to delay gratifications and make sacrifices in the short term so that they enjoy far greater rewards in the long period and helps in Personality Development. Unsuccessful people on the other hand think more about short-term pleasure and immediate enjoyment while giving little thought to the long term future. For example- coming into work earlier, reading frequently in your field, taking courses to improve your abilities and focusing on high-value tasks in your work will all combine to have an enormous positive impact on your future. On the other hand, coming into work at last moment, reading the newspaper, intake coffee and socializing with your co-workers may seem fun and enjoyable in the short term but inevitably leads to lack of promotion, underachievement and frustration in the long term.


Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Make a List

Always work from a list. When something new comes up, add it to the list before you do it. You can increase yourproductivity and output by 25% or more from the day that you begin working consistently from a list. Make your list the night before the workday ahead. Move everything that you have not yet accomplished onto your list for the coming day and then add everything that you have to do the next day. When you make your list the night before, your subconscious mind will work on your list all night long while you sleep. Often you will wake up with great ideas and insights that you can use to get your job done faster and better than you had initially thought and help in Personality Development. The more time you take to make written lists of everything you have to do, in advance the more effective and efficient you will be.
Different Lists for Different Purposes
Make different lists for different purposes.
First, you should create a Master List on which you write down everything you can think of that you want to do sometime in future. This is the place where you capture every idea and every new task or responsibility that comes up. You can sort out the items later.
Second, you should have a Monthly List that you make at the end of the month for the month ahead. This may contain items transferred from your Master List.
Third, you should have a Weekly List where you plan your entire week in advance. This is a list that is under construction as you go through the current week.
Finally, you should transfer items from your Monthly List and Weekly List to Daily List. These are the specific activities that you are going to accomplish the following day.

As you work through the day, tick off the items on your list as you complete them. This activity gives you a clear  picture of accomplishment. It generates a feeling of success and forward motion. Seeing yourself working progressively through your list motivates and energizes you. It raises your self-esteem and self-respect. Steady, visible progress propels you forward and helps you to overcome procrastination.  

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Tuesday, 15 October 2013

6 P's Formula for Proper Planning for Personality Development

6 P's Formula for Proper Planning for

One of our top goals at work should be for us to get the highest possible returnon our investments of mental, emotional and physical energy. The good news is that every minute spent in planning saves as many as ten minutes for us to plan out ourday, but this small investment of timewill save us upto  two hours in wasted time and diffused effort throughout the day.
                Use Six- P Formula- means- “Proper Prior Planning PreventsPoor Performance”

Planning  is  really quite simple to do. All we need is a piece of paper and a pen. So start planning to execute the work successfully. 


Personality Development Tips


* Do the work immediately
* Manage the time efficiently for  time management
* Make good relations with everyone
* Take proper sleep for stress management
* Finish one task at a time
* Be a good speaker for public speaking
* Be a good listener, listen to others
* Prepare proper plan before starting the task
* Prioritize your work
* Take leave from technologies atleast for one day in a week
* Make few new contacts daily
* Upgrade your skills



Power Of Written Goals

Power Of Written Goals

Clear written goals have a wonderful effect on your thinking and help in personalitydevelopment . They motivate you and galvanize you into action. They stimulate your creativity, release your energy and help you to overcome procrastination as much as any other factor.
                Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement. The bigger your goals and the clearer they are the more excited you become about achieving them. The more you think about your goals, the greater become your inner drive and desire to accomplish it.

                Think about your goals and review them daily. Every morning when you begin, take action on the most important task you can accomplish to achieve your most important goal the moment. 


Sunday, 13 October 2013

Great formulas for setting and accomplishing goals

Great formulas for setting and accomplishing goals

I. Decide precisely what you want – 
Decide it for yourself or sit down with your boss/family members and discuss your goals and objectives until you are crystal clear about what is expected of you and in what order of priority.

II. Mark it Down – 
Think on paper. When you write down a goal, you crystalize it and give it tangible form. You create something that you can touch and see. 

III. Set a deadline on your goal; set sub deadlines if necessary – 
A goal or a decision without a deadline has no urgency. It has no real beginning or end. 

IV. Make a list of everything that you can think of that you are going to have to do to achieve your goals
As you think of new activities , add them to your list. Keep building your list until it is complete. A list gives you a visual picture of the larger task or objective. It gives you a track to run on. 

V. Organise the list into plan
Organise your list by priority and sequence. Take a few minutes to decide what you need to do first and what you can do later. Decide what has to be done before something else and what needs to be done afterward. Even better layout your plan visually in the form of a series of boxes and  circles on a sheet of paper with lines and arrows showing the relationship of each task to each other task. 

VI. Take action on your plan immediately – 
Do something. Do anything. An average plan vigorously executed is far better than a brilliant plan on which nothing is done. For you to achieve any kind of success, execution is everything. 

VII. Decide to do something every single day that moves you toward your major goal
Build this activity into your daily schedule. You may decide to read a specific number of prospect or customers. You may engage on a specific period or physical exercise. Keep pushing forward. Once you start moving, keep moving. Don’t stop. This decision, this discipline alone can dramatically increase your speed of goal accomplishment and boost your personal productivity.