Break Your List Down Into Smaller Pieces

Each goal should have many sub goals which are easier to handle and produce faster results. These may unfold through the help of several contributing parties, each taking on a smaller part of the task to speed up the completion process.

Having a calendar drawn up to display the entire list of smaller tasks that would eventually lead up to the successful completion of the main task is also encouraged.

This visual aid will give all involved a definite and clear picture of the various steps that needs to be taken and how long each step should ideally take.

Time tracking is another tool that can complement the calendar way of keeping tabs on the project exercise. Besides gauging the general timeline needed for completion it can also assist the individual in future projects launched through the learning experience from previous exercises.

There are several softwares in the market today that can also help to streamline efforts required within any exercise, and the use of this would be beneficial if the individual is not very experienced.

Tags and keywords are also good in assisting those involved to be able to access any given situation quickly and accurately. Having a set list of words that can be applied to the smaller list of things will speed up the process of getting information on any aspect of the overall project instantly. It also helps to search for information more efficiently. 

Published by Phoenix

I have been a teacher all my life. That doesn't just mean in School! I taught my brothers to ride bikes and go camping in the mountains. I taught Football, Cricket, Squash, Sailing, Climbing and Karate. In BNI I became the Education Coordinator. With my Property Business I laid on Investment Seminars. I taught my sons to Fish for Carp. And I still teach Maths and Physics to students who want to go to University to study Medicine or Engineering. Now I am teaching people the things I am learning online.

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