Begin as you mean to go on



Its a week since my last post and I am right on schedule. The product is fleshing out nicely. I have had a few new ideas this week which have been added to the mix and it should give great value when it is completed!

Today I just want to visit my first coaching webinar where I was taught a really cool formula for getting my business on track and allowed me to break down my goals into workable daily tasks. As long as I stick with these daily tasks the goal is as good as done.

Let’s break it down:

  1. Decide where you want toΒ  be in a year’s time (this can be personal or business goals).
  2. Break it down into 4, 90 day plans
  3. Take the 1st, 90 day plan and break it up into 3, 1 month plans
  4. Take the 1st month and break it up into 4 weekly plans, you know where I’m going next right πŸ˜€
  5. Take your 1st weekly plan and break it up into daily tasks
  6. Bam, follow your daily plans and you are rockin’ and rollin’

Simple isn’t it! Using this method you begin with very general and strategic plans and you fine tune them down to specific daily tasks. Plan each day the night before. Your goals should be focused, ambitious and achievable.

7 Best Tips To Get More Done

1. Organization

If you are trying to get more things done, then organization should be the main thing that you should focus on. When you are organized, things just seem to run smoother.Β  Stick to your daily tasks.

2. Time Management

When you manage your time correctly, you will surely get more things done.

This means that you should make use of every hour of the day and try your best to stay productive at all times. Aim to work steadily in 1 hour intervals with a 15 minute break between each hour

3. Focus

While you are working, you will need to remain focused at all times.

Remember that you do not want to waste any time and it is important to try your best to not distracted by little things like the internet and other minor distractions. Turn off Skype, Facebook and the television when you are working.

4. Nutrition

You will need to understand that nutrition is something very crucial towards your focus throughout the day. An unhealthy diet will lead to an up and down day that will lead to less focus.

In addition to food ensure you get you get your 8 glasses of water per day.

5. Sleep

Getting enough sleep is very important and 8 hours a day should be the minimum.

If you happen to feel tired during the day, then a 15 minute power nap will have you up and ready in no time.

6. Energy

You will be energetic after this short nap and you will be able to get this energy from caffeine. However, you do not want to take caffeine 5 hours before you sleep as it can stop you from getting a good night of sleep. Green tea is the healthier alternative to coffee.

Have an apple when you are tired its a natural healthy burst of energy.

7. Taking a Break

Sometimes working too hard can wear you down and so you will simply need to take a break to see more things get done in the future. Take a break and you will then be back to work with a new sense of motivation.

See you next week!






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My name is Tsahai De Silva and Internet Marketing is my passion. Join me in my journey and as I learn and fine tune my skills. My aim is to earn $100K this year and then teach others to do the same.

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My name is Tsahai De Silva and Internet Marketing is my passion. Join me in my journey and as I learn and fine tune my skills. My aim is to earn $100K this year and then teach others to do the same.

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4 comments on “Begin as you mean to go on
  1. Hey tsahai,

    some really great points you’ve noted there. I wouldn’t disagree with any of them, but if you ask me how many I consciously take care of, I’d have to admit I dip out on a few.

    Theory is great, but I actually started out doing plans and periods. Trouble was that by the time I’d finished doing the plans, there was no time left for the actual work – lol.

    Sometimes it’s hard to know what to do for the best.

    Anyways, keep on keepin on man, – I’m sure you’ll do great πŸ™‚

    All the best,


    • Tsahai says:

      I know what you mean Paul, but at least that’s the easy part. The real work begins when you attempt to stick to the plans πŸ˜€

  2. Good advice Tsahai, but I would add one more tip that I’ve found has really helped me: have an accountability partner. Someone who knows your targets for the week and whom you have to report to.

    Just knowing I have to make that Skype call at the end of the week has kept me on track and my progress has accelerated recently. My product is almost ready to be released and I’m sure I wouldn’t be at this stage if it wasn’t for my accountability partner.

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