Time Management Information

The WIT to WIN

What are the most important things you should accomplish today? Go ahead. Make a list of your priorities and put them in order of their importance. Write down the rewards and the consequences for each one. Your list has incredible power. It helps you propel yourself towards your most desired results.

Next, take your list of what's important today (your WIT), and immediately begin working on what's important now (your WIN). Your WIN represents each itemized priority from your list. When you get one WIN under your belt, immediately go after the next one; and then the next one after that.

Your WIT to WIN gives you the vision, direction and momentum necessary to achieve. And, armed with a high-priority, reward-focused list, you'll actually enjoy the passionate pursuit of your daily desires and ambitions.

Now, your priorities won't schedule themselves. They won't autonomously pop up on your daily agenda. Take the time to identify what's important today and your what's important now. Then, follow up with a strategic plan of action.

Succeed in all that you set out to achieve. Make each priority a must and commit to whatever amount of time necessary to get your priorities done. Ultimately, your WIT to WIN will lead you to experience more success than you ever dreamed.

Fran Briggs is an "motivational speaker of the inspirational kind." She is also President of The Fran Briggs Companies, an organization which helps individuals and groups take their human potential beyond the max! Request your free, innovative successzine newsletter. It's loaded with powerful tips and strategies for achieving more. Visit http://www.franbriggs.com and http://www.dwjd.com


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