“He who every morning plans the transaction of the day and follows out that plan, carries a thread that will guide him through the maze of the most busy life. But where no plan is laid, where the disposal of time is surrendered merely to the chance of incidence, chaos will soon reign.” Victor Hugo
To plan or not to plan that is the question. Success follows on the heels of those who create plans and execute those plans. Today with the many distractions that can enter each day the best of plans are often nothing more than crinkled up notes in a wastepaper basket. After a few days of planning and watching those plans go awry it makes sense that planning would end up being a waste of time.
What interferes with the plans that were made in good conscience? The internet, the smartphone, the unplanned activity, the emergency, the longer than expected time it took to complete the work or getting caught in other distractions. The best intentions at the days beginning left in ruin and the feeling of disappointment and regret end the day when plans crumble.
We live in an era where more and more information is pushed against our thin skin creating pressure which is often relieved by getting caught in the web of internet distractions, email or something else that doesn’t produce results.
There is hope for those who find themselves trapped in the tool of technology. Tools that help return focus to the right thing, which is moving your life forward on a success trajectory.
1. Simpleology – provides resources to manage and balance your day. Enter in your daily plan, focus and achieve.
2. EverNote – link you to do lists and other goals
3. Cozi – create links, lists, and schedules. Link them to others and have mobile to mobile accountability, great for families that want to track results.
There you go, three different tools to help you organize your day , your tasks and bring about better results. You do want better results don’t you?
Try one of the tools and tell us how it worked for you. See if you can get more out of each day.
“The person who makes a success of living is the one who sees his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly. That is dedication.” Cecil B. DeMille