How to Use Your Time Wisely by Prioritizing Your Goals

1. Write everything down. Include the routine tasks that you have to do daily or weekly and longer-term projects assigned to you.But you can only tread water if you spend all your time responding to crises and tasks assigned by others. To get ahead, you also must think about what you want to do. These may be long-term goals, such as advancing your career, or short-term goals, like developing a new skill. Add these aspirations for your work to your list. Be as broad as possible; capture all your tasks and goals. 2. Organize by time horizon. Divide your list into three time categories: Career aims: Long-term goals over at least five years. Objectives: Professional goals over the next three months to two years. Targets: Action steps that should guide your work on a weekly or daily basis--or example, finishing one part of a larger project. Make sure that each objective has one or two associated targets. If any lacks a target, think...
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4 Lessons on Making Millions

1. Great success takes time. In any profession, climbing to the top doesn’t happen overnight. It takes perseverance, and most importantly patience. My top student Tim Grittani has arguably the best track record of any stock trader in the business. Over the past five years, he wasn’t consistently profitable for the first nine months of his studies, but he kept going. You have to take the losses with the wins, and maintain endurance if you want to be successful. 2. You will have to start small. It’s very unlikely that you will find great financial success right off the bat. Starting small and working your way up is all part of the process. Tim had just $1,500 to his name five years ago when he started. You won’t have big profits at first, so it’s good to test different strategies and patterns in the beginning to see what works best for you along your professional path. Think of yourself as a scientist and constantly test and refine...
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