How To Get Stuff Done Even When You Don’t Feel Like It

Decision fatigue is a well-documented phenomenon which indicates our ability to make good decisions deteriorates after a long session of decision making.

Why Is The Decision Fatigue Research Important For You? The practical application of this research is that your willpower is like a muscle.

 And just like any other muscle which experiences fatigue after a few sets; your willpower can get fatigued when used consecutively over and over again without a break.

Most days we are faced with thousands of decisions; ranging from something as small as what should I wear today; to bigger life changing decisions.

While we may not agree with everything he says, there are nine decades of wisdom buried in Warren Buffett’s quotes.

Action Steps On How To Get Stuff Done 1. Define WHAT you want to achieve in the next 12 months.

The goal is important because you want to make sure you have a true north as your guiding light.

1. Define WHY you want to achieve it. If you define your WHY; it will help you stay focused. Don’t stop at the first why but instead dig deeper with additional why questions.

1. How would you achieve this goal? In the book “How to Eat an Elephant” Frank Wiginton highlights the ”one bite at a time” technique. Any large task will seem overwhelming at first.

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