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The truth is anyone can write a list. The hard part is creating a list that's actionable and also fits into your busy life. Check out the 8 steps in achieving peak results with your tasks.
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    1. 8 Steps @HabitsGuy for Achieving Peak Results with Your Tasks

    2. We all want to get the most out of our tasks.

    3. This is why many people focus on lists.

    4. But your list doesn’t really matter when it comes to completing important projects effectively.

    5. What does matter is identifying the right time for tackling specific tasks.

    6. When you know how to best handle your energy levels, you can get more things crossed off your to-do list.

    7. Use this eight-step plan for getting the most accomplished in the time you allot for daily tasks.

    8. 1 Step Understand the Nature of Ego Depletion

    9. As you use your energy throughout the day, your willpower becomes depleted.

    10. As you use your energy throughout the day, your willpower becomes depleted. Tackle the difficult tasks when you have the most energy.

    11. 2 Step Know When You Work Best

    12. Some people work better in the morning and others love working well into the evening.

    13. Some people work better in the morning and others love working well into the evening. Understand when you work best and plan activities around your cycle of energy.

    14. 3 Step Create an “Energy Rating” for Tasks

    15. A task with a rating of 1 requires the lowest level of energy while 5 requires the highest level.

    16. A task with a rating of 1 requires the lowest level of energy while 5 requires the highest level. If you don’t know how much effort is needed for each task, you won’t be able to complete tasks in the most efficient manner.

    17. 4 Step Start with “High-Energy” Tasks

    18. The peak level of energy is usually at the start of each day.

    19. The peak level of energy is usually at the start of each day. Start your morning off by completing a task and crossing it off your to-do list as a boost for you to move on to the next task.

    20. 5 Step Proactively Procrastinate on Low-Energy

    21. Check your to-do list for tasks that require less energy.

    22. Check your to-do list for tasks that require less energy. Save them for times when you’re tired or unmotivated like in the afternoon or after eating a large lunch.

    23. 6 Step Practice Asking a Simple Question

    24. Ask yourself: "On a scale of 1 to 5, how much energy do I have right now?”

    25. Ask yourself: "On a scale of 1 to 5, how much energy do I have right now?” This is a great way to match your energy levels to tasks you need to complete.

    26. 7 Step Take Frequent Breaks

    27. Frequent breaks allow for quick bursts of energy renewal.

    28. Frequent breaks allow for quick bursts of energy renewal. Your energy levels are at their peak after a break, so use breaks to your advantage.

    29. 8 Step Adjust for “Off Days”

    30. There will be days when you’re sick, tired, going through family issues or simply have a massive hangover.

    31. There will be days when you’re sick, tired, going through family issues or simply have a massive hangover. Look through your weekly list and identify those low energy level tasks—the ones with a rating of 1 or 2.

    32. Anyone can write down a plan for getting things done.

    33. The challenge is to actually do the tasks.

    34. Want to get more things done every day?

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