Remember what I wrote in a blog entry late last week – per Tim Ferriss’s advice, I was going to dominate a single thing and THEN move onto another.
Update – I’m currently dominating mornings (except for yesterday when my daughter came into our room post-nightmare, and then a new app on my phone went haywire at 4 a.m. and scared the crap outta me, so long story short I changed my alarm from a 5:00 a.m. wake-up call to a 6:15 a.m. call for that morning).
I just felt I needed an extra hour of sleep because I lost two.
I have, however, dominate 4 out of 5 mornings.
I’m dominating breakfasts – eating within 30 minutes of waking and downing 30 grams of protein. I’m dominating the dog-walking and dog-brushing (she should get walked and brushed twice a day). And I’d like to say I’m dominating blogging.
But more than all of this, I feel the confidence I can do what I say I’m going to do.
It goes with the idea that there is no such thing as multi-tasking and you can’t do everything. So I picked one thing. Mornings. And then I hope things snowball from there.
Today, I’m going to pick another thing to dominate: my email Inbox and task-list, at work. By Friday, I’m going to get my email and task-list to a point where I could leave for a month-long vacation.
Write that down. Hold me to it.
Oh, and is there anything you can’t “keep call” and then do?