Ten Minute Tasks

by Michael Berry on February 1, 2015

Creating successful habits will help you maintain a baseline of accomplishment in your life. Concentrating on a task and then finishing that action is a critical skill set for successful entrepreneurs. Once a day set aside 10 minutes for a  “Ten-Minute Task”. This will be your opportunity to build this skill set for yourself and experience the satisfaction that comes with completing tasks in a quick and timely manner.

Basically, you stop everything for 10 minutes and accomplish a task of your own choosing.

Your “Ten Minute Task” can be anything, large or small, that has been on your agenda for some time, or a fresh new idea you’ve just thought of. What is important is that it can be completed within ten minutes and that it is completed fully. Finishing The Job is critical to these exercises, so choose tasks that you believe you can complete within ten minutes or less. It can be writing that letter, paying that bill, changing that light bulb, cleaning out that neglected space, wrapping that gift, taking a walk, designing that flyer, returning that phone call – anything that you would like to complete within ten minutes.

Whatever it is, do it – in 10 minutes or less – and Finish The Job. Then make a note in your Journal of the task you completed for future reference.

As you progress, you can test yourself by choosing more difficult tasks to see just what is possible for you within a ten-minute period. As you do this, you will soon become amazed at what you can accomplish in this short amount of time. Many things will quickly become part of your Ten-Minute Task list. Your confidence will grow and you will feel great satisfaction at “ticking off these boxes” in your life.

You will find just how easy it is to get things done by taking that first initial action to get things moving in the right direction. Successful individuals put an end to a habit of procrastination. Ten-Minute Tasks will help you develop successful results as you Take Action and Finish The Job.

Personal development is our business and our life.
Michael Berry
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.

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