2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 18:44
Lists are more than just reminder words for urgent tasks. They are a way to make dreams, goals and needs come true.
A list for everything
By knowing what you want, you will achieve your goals more easily for the simple reason that you will know your goal, you will know where you are going and what path to take to get there. Writing down everything that pops into your head in list format will add clarity and some order to it all!
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A list must be…
Clear: the more precise you are in your statements, the more likely you are to do what is written. Instead of writing Change winter tires, write Make an appointment at the garage.
Succinct: if your list is too long, it will discourage you. Take the opportunity to fragment your list. Instead of writing down everything you want to do this week, go by day or by period, by priority (urgent, important, if I have time), etc.
Accessible: A list is not static, on the contrary it is constantly evolving. Always have them handy, even if it means having a notebook with you at all times, then a notebook in which you will transcribe the important points according to the appropriate category.
We start with what tempts us the least, so not only are we less tempted to put it off until tomorrow, but the feeling of accomplishment gives us wings to accomplish the rest.
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By keeping lists of greeting cards to send, gifts to buy, items to bring on a trip, the pool start-up routine, you will save yourself the hassle of starting from scratch the following year. A simple update will suffice.
Lists can be practical, but they can also be personal journeys. They reveal a lot about its author, his personality, his temperament, his career. All the personal growth professionals, psychotherapists, life coaches urge us to make lists which are the most concise and clear form of writing that allows us to take an objective look at a situation that bothers us, to take a step back to establish an observation, to set ourselves specific objectives and to empty our minds. The author of The Art of Lists, Dominique Loreau, sums up the benefit of writing down what bothers us. The act of writing helps not only to dominate one's mind, but to enlighten one's mind. Writing down your problems in black on white allows you to exteriorize them. And therefore to take away their power over us. By observing pain, you separate yourself from it. »
To make lists…
- Help to operate
- Clears the mind
- Don't forget
- Help to make a decision
- Reassures with their clarity, concreteness andsuccinct
- Saves time
- Organize our thoughts
- Raise awareness
Make a list of everything that clutters your life, irritates you, depresses you and next write down what motivates you, encourages you, enlightens you. Some decisions will then come naturally to you! It is applied for his personal, professional, family life.
Write down everything you really want for the coming months or years - work, vacation, plans, shopping, hobbies - and be specific. For example, write: I want to go to Paris and not just I want to take a trip. Behind each word hides an energy, a step towards its realization. Keep the list in sight and check it often!
This exercise can be done in two ways, in spirit or in writing. We make a list of what bothers us, fold the paper and put it in a box. If we do this in the mind, we visualize ourselves locking the box and then throwing the key as far away from us as possible, which sends us the message that we no longer want to open this box. We start again as many times as necessary for it to be effective.
To balance exercise with something positive, consider to do lists that feel good!
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Listing everything that is wrong in our life is good exercise, but learning to make lists that feel good and lift our spirits is great