Hey what’s up my friend?
On my latest post I was talking about How To Get It Done in the sense of making things happen.
You know what I’m talking about right…?
The first quarter of the year is already long gone but I did manage to do a few interesting things anyway though:
- I was interviewed by the Aweber team (I wrote about it here).
- And a few days ago I was interviewed by the Learnable.com team as well (they even featured me on their site).
But after quickly analyzing what I have done, my activities aren’t that close to the list I published for my 2013 Goals.
Completely got rid of my shiny object syndrome addiction, I started eating healthier, doing more exercise, getting more things done but I still can’t really show you some ACTUAL progress and you know why is that?
I became massively overwhelmed.
Thought I could get away with it, but it didn’t happen.
I shot a quick video where I go a little bit deeper on this topic and I actually tell you how to solve this problem.
How To Avoid Being Overwhelmed With Your To-Do Lists
There’s no intros, outros, background music or anything fancy besides me talking to a phallic looking USB microphone (which is great but apparently I used the wrong settings)
Note: This sounds very simple but most people won’t do it…
I’m not into eating elephants but in case you have heard the saying, just eat that elephant one bite at a time and you’ll get there.
Take care and I’ll talk to you tomorrow, I have a lot of things to share! ;-)