Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Making a list, checking it Twice

Almost everyone makes a list of things to accomplish at some point in time. Whether it’s a grocery list posted on the refrigerator door, a daily list of things to do at work, or a list that Santa Clause has to check twice, most of us use a list to remind us of what needs to be finished. So why not make a list every day? How often do you make a list about what you plan to study, when you plan to earn your next promotion, or the list of things that you want to do in your life? Yes, it could be a bucket list, but why not a daily life adventure list?

All too often we forget that when we make a list and check things off as we complete each item on the list, we are essentially setting goals and accomplishing those goals. So why not expand our daily list to more than just things around the house or office? After you finish reading this short reminder about the value of making a list, take a minute to reflect on the list you made today. Did your list include something fun for yourself, something romantic for the one you love, or some random (planned) act of kindness?

Author: Dr. Eduardo Diaz, helping you exceed expectations.

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