Your Perfect Chunk of Time

I am guilty of filling my to-do list with simple projects that I know I can complete, but may not be beneficial to helping me creatively or growing my business.

With all these simple tasks over time I may accomplish one of my goals, but I am not really making the progress I want to achieve in the time frame I want for success.

Instead of just doing a bunch of little tasks why not try the SAP method.

S - Smallest
A - Achievable
P - Perfection

With this method you choose one technique or skill you want to achieve (not just improve, but make part of your life) and give it a chunk of time to master.

Let's say you want to create a website. Using the SAP technique you can schedule a block of time for action steps everyday, until your website is up and running. That will become your daily perfect chunk of time.

This technique is perfect for those big long term goals you want to achieve, because a real goal isn't practice; it's progress.

"Don't look for the big, quick improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That's the only way it happens - and when it happens, it lasts" -John Wooden

Do you have big goal you are working towards this year?

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  1. Well I'd like to find a part time job to supplement our income. I'd like to see if this one shop in my hometown will carry my crafts. Last year she dismissed me b/c I only had jewelry and she had too much of it.

  2. I'm glad you posted this! My own website is one of my big goals, hopefully to be completed this year :)

  3. This makes sense for weight loss and exercise goals as well. The quote by John Wooden really speaks to me!

  4. Recently I started looking at other venues and the whole 'not having all your eggs in one basket' idea... but it's made me realize I need to schedule my time better if I want to do more, or perhaps expand what I'm already doing... One day at a time, one foot in front of the other, scheduling helps, and sticking to it! ;)

  5. I think I'll like the SAP method. Thanks!


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