How to Get More "Stuff" Done.

Breadcrumb: only you control what is in your head
  •  6/16/2023 02:55 PM

Have you ever wondered why you were passed up for the promotion or didn't get the job? Have you ever watched others with less experience, skill, and tact get promoted or excel as you continue to show up and put in 150%?

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Unraveling Life's Mystery: How Daily Breadcrumbs Can Transform Your World
  •  6/15/2023 10:46 AM

Welcome, fellow seekers of life's hidden treasures! Today, I invite you to embark on a journey that will challenge your perceptions and inspire you to reimagine the very fabric of your existence. Are you ready to discover the profound impact that daily breadcrumbs can have on transforming your life? Buckle up because this is an adventure you won't want to miss!

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Breadcrumb: "Unleashing Your Productivity: Mastering Daily Actions for Accomplishment"
  •  6/14/2023 10:42 AM

"Do you find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of your goals and aspirations? Are you searching for a practical roadmap to turn your dreams into tangible accomplishments? Look no further! This blog unravels the power of taking one step at a time, offering a comprehensive guide to daily actions that will propel you toward success. Get ready to embark on a transformative journey of productivity and fulfillment."

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Breadcrumb: Self-Care
  •  6/13/2023 11:32 AM

Breadcrumb: Make Time for Self-Care It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life and forget to take time for ourselves. We constantly deal with work, family responsibilities, and other daily obligations that can leave us exhausted and overwhelmed. But it’s important to remember that taking care of ourselves is essential for physical and mental health.

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Breadcrumb: Work Smarter
  •  6/12/2023 02:08 PM

In this blog, I share ways to get "stuff done daily! The concept of getting "stuff" done implies that you are getting past the routine "stuff" and trying new "stuff." The last posts discuss how to stay motivated and work on your mindset. Go back and read these posts because they are important. If you lack the motivation and passion, chances are the new "stuff" won't last long. Don't just try random things you have no interest in. Sure, it is great to learn how to develop new habits, like driving a new way to work or trying new places to eat. However, long-term habits define you and who you want to be. This post shares a breadcrumb that will help you save time. I call it the work Smarter Breadcrumb. Make your new "stuff" easier and use all available resources.

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Navigating Success with Small but Consistent Actions
  •  6/11/2023 12:46 PM

In a world filled with constant distractions and overwhelming goals, it's easy to feel paralyzed by the enormity of our dreams and aspirations. However, success is only sometimes achieved over time. It results from consistent effort, perseverance, and a willingness to take one step at a time. This blog post explores the power of small, actionable steps. It provides a valuable breadcrumb to help you stay engaged and get things done.

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Breadcrumbs: Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall
  •  6/9/2023 12:11 PM

What do you see when you look in the mirror after waking up and getting ready for your day? Do you notice your inner self, dreams, and vision of who you want to be? Do you look into your own eyes and talk to the reflection looking back at you? Do you share what you plan on doing differently for the day?

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Breadcrumbs: Change Your Daily Habits
  •  6/8/2023 11:05 AM

The hardest part of doing something new is, doing something new. Think about it. You drive or walk thesame to work, the same to school, or eat at the same restaurants. Your brain is comfortable with dailyhabits. They are safe. They are simple. They require little thinking so you can get through your day. Thebreadcrumb ah-ha moment I had years ago was to replace my habits with new ones. Here are a fewways I did this that led to new habits and patterns of figuring out how to achieve "stuff"; that takes metoward my passion and love.

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Breadcrumbs: Patience
  •  6/7/2023 10:31 AM

A new habit that developed in the world of technology is constant contact. You are glued to yoursmartphone and can instantly connect with people from around the world. Having the ability and meansto communicate with others quickly is a good thing. The side-effect of all this technology is the newhabit of instantaneity. Over the past decade, people have become dependent on instant responses; ifyour text is not replied to within a few seconds, you wonder why. The concept of instant anything canprevent you from taking a step. The reason is pretty simple. If you take a step and nobody notices orreplies instantly, you may feel it doesn't matter. You need to get this idea out of your head!

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Breadcrumbs: The Substitute
  •  6/6/2023 05:45 PM

In my first post, you learned that before you go to bed, write down your to-do list of things you must do the next day. Your list includes stuff like Waking up, exercising, making breakfast, and making coffee. You must get those kids ready and take out the dogs if you're a parent. Brush your teeth. Get up, get the kids to school, and go to Work. Go to Work for eight hours and come home. Make dinner, settle the house. Blah, blah, blah. It's seven. O'clock, nowhere on that to-do list. Did you say? Scroll through social media on my phone for two and a half hours. Binge-watch Netflix for two hours. Call your friend to complain about a co-worker today at Work for an hour? Get on the phone and complain about my siblings to another sibling?

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The Breadcrumbs You Will Leave...
  •  6/6/2023 08:40 AM

No matter what you want to do, the reality is that it's only an idea or imagination until you do it. How do you shift from thinking about doing the things you want to do to do the things you want to do? Take this exact moment in time, right now. What are you thinking about doing? Now say what you are thinking about doing out loud. Did you notice how the words came out of your mouth? Did you say it with energy and enthusiasm? Or did you say it in some half-ass way with a negative attitude? Now we need to back this bus way up! Here is the harsh reality that you must hear or read since you are on this blog post. The harsh truth is that your attitude prevents you from getting done the stuff you want to be done. Period!

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