The app is split in to 6 parts based on my own experiences with getting things done.
Part 1 Priority:
Some days when I wake up, I want to structure my goals of the day by the priority they hold, whether that's low, medium or high.
Part 2 Threes:
Sometimes when I wake up without any particular idea of what I would like to do, I list out three personal goals along with three professional goals that I would be happy with accomplishing at the end of the day.
Part 3 Timescale:
When I have a large amount of goals I like to set estimated timescales for each one and then execute them based on the time I have available to do so.
Part 4 & 5 Bad Habits and Good Habits:
For a long time I used to stick A3 pages to my wall and write out the habits I wanted to achieve, as well as the bad habits I wanted to let go of. I'd come to the paper at the end of the day after achieving said habits and write whatever number that day represented. Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and so on. This helped me focus on building momentum.
Part 6 Long Term:
One thing I'm learning as I grow wiser is that everything worth having in life takes patience and a little planning. Thinking long term can really help in setting you on the right course in life and it's good to break down long term goals in to 5 stages.
If what i've written above sounds in any way like it may suit you and the way you work, by all means give Get It Done Son a try for free.
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With all that said. GET IT DONE SON!!
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