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Forgot to Set the Timer

118829475_d4f6547d47_m Every day I continue to work on the 30 Day Organizational Challenge. I'm making progress, but it seems slow at times. I keep reminding myself, progress - not perfection. It's just a matter of setting a timer and working a little each day.

Thanks to Marjon at Personal Boot Camp for pointing me toward The Clean Sweep Program. I like the checklist format - it seems like a good way to track progress. I also spent some time reading about Thomas Leonard and his work. In fact, I got a bit lost on the Internet. That's why I usually set a timer.

How do you keep on track?

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Marjon

Sandy! I'm so with you on the timer thing. Just five or ten minutes is so doable and, over thirty days, 2 1/2 to 5 hours spent on any given project makes a huge difference.

Like you, I can get lost on the internet, seagueing from one thing into another. I'm going to check out the 30 Day Organizational Challenge. After I set my timer!

Sandra Renshaw

Hi Marjon,

Glad to see you! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. The timer thing helps me a lot. Sometimes I think a task will take only ten minutes and find it really took much longer...

Sandy

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I can get lost on the internet, seagueing from one thing into another. I'm going to check out the 30 Day Organizational Challenge. After I set my timer!

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