Bianca Corey
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I have four more days until I begin my new role, and I am starting to feel like that time will fly by and I won't have used it to my advantage. One thing I know about myself is that I need to feel productive and always keep myself moving and doing things that will be good for me and my friends and family.

One way I continue to accomplish my goals; whether or not they be small or large; is to make lists.

I set up realistic lists of tasks, and break it out by the days of the week - I find handwriting always helps. Then I go about my day crossing off tasks. It feels good to close out even just one task.

To summarize!

  1. ALWAYS handwrite what you need to get done
  2. Break your tasks into smaller, more achievable daily lists
  3. Cross out tasks as you go
  4. Include fun tasks for yourself, as well as helpful tasks for others
  5. Have fun!

Hope this helps someone. Let me know how you keep busy during down time.

#motivation #lists #goals #goalsetting #unemployment

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Eric Gabor

I think that #3 is surprisingly important--seeing what you've already gotten done can often be a great motivator in getting more done!

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Lenin PinaCommunity Specialist
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That list is loaded with to do's Bianca Corey . You weren't kidding about your desire to remain productive. Looks like you are going to be busy over the next few days before your first day.

If actionable goal setting behavior is a habitual tendency then list making is basic training. Actively writing and crossing off a list daily tasks and/or goals is essential towards obtaining short and long term success.

We miss you greatly already Bianca Corey !!

Best of Luck to you on your new job and throughout all your career endeavors. :-)

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Monique Mason

Great post Bianca Corey ...during my downtime i normally clean, im sort of a neat freak and i like things to be clean!!!!.

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