Getting Stuff Done

It’s good to tackle chores by order of importance or urgency.

Jul 21, 2018 · 5 min read
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If you own a home or significant belongings then having home insurance provides security in case of emergencies.

So the steps to using the S.M.A.R.T. method are as follows.

Be SPECIFIC — Focus on one task to avoid working on something not as important

Be able to MEASURE results — Being able to recognize when a task is finished makes you feel good.

Ensure the goal is ATTAINABLE — If You Don’t Finish a Task in One Day Then Break It Down Into Smaller Chunks

The goal should be RELEVANT — Is it important enough in your life that it needs to be accomplished right now?

What kind of TIME frame does this goal need to be completed in? — If you don’t set when you need to have a task done then you may put it off forever.

To review S.M.A.R.T. goal setting applied to my house insurance:

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