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Do you work on a schedule program ?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by AmRo_ElmAsRi, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. AmRo_ElmAsRi

    AmRo_ElmAsRi Newbie

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    Hello :)

    I'm a new internet marketer , I'm always ask myself this question , Do I need to have a schedule to work on ? and if I have , Do I will really follow it ?

    What about everyone one here ? do you have an experience with creating a schedule for your " To Do Tasks " , does it success or fail ? :rolleyes:
     
  2. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    I live by a standard work schedule, where I work a 7 task list for the day and once that is done, I am too...I have a strict time tableto get things done and I do so.

    You have to be prepared and work with focus and direction or your will never accomplish anything new a professional/productive level.
     
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  3. kboxer7

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    Aftershock2020 is right. You have to set specific tasks (attainable) and a specific timeframe to complete them. However, it helps to do some reverse engineering to determine how to approach this.

    1. Define your short term objectives (goals)
    2. Outline steps you need to accomplish to reach these goals
    3. Prioritize the steps.
    4. Set a time table to complete them.
    5. Work in shifts of no more than 1 hour without taking a 10-15min break.

    Rinse and repeat = )
     
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    Yeah, that is a great example. Be sure and get up and MOVE during that break. Do something other than sit there and check your email or facebook...Get out of the chair. Reset your body as well as your mind for the next work session.