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I hope you’re ready for another batch of useful ideas and resources to help you continue simplifying your life, nourishing your body (and your family’s!) and upgrading your mindset.
And hey – remember it’s OK not to watch and read EVERYTHING. There’s no such thing as falling behind on the path to taking small steps. You open what you can when you can.
That said – I’m glad you’re reading this today as I’m thrilled to share with you a little hack that has massively simplified my life.
Not sure if you’re like me – but I can put a LOT on my plate. And often – I don’t even know what the things on my plate are. I keep everything in my head and wonder why I feel like I’m running around in circles.
I came across a really cool concept a little while ago and it’s really helped me get (the important) things done and simplify my days.
It’s called creating your Most Important Tasks or MITs.
The basic premise is that before your day starts (so either – the night before or the morning of) you write out your top three MITs that you want to achieve that day. It can be anything BUT the kicker is that one of the things needs to move you toward one of your big goals.
We’ve talked about the Clarity Creator before – I suggest downloading it again and giving it a crack if you haven’t already. You’ll find there a few things that you really want to walk towards.
Defining your MITs daily is one way to actually make sure the things you want to have happen – actually happen! But also creating MITs means you can STOP THINKING about all the things – and just focus on the three things. Once they are done – go nuts with other stuff but focus on the three first.
How does that sound?
I recorded a short video for you to chat through a little more how I use this concept and how it’s helping me simplify, simplify, simplify.