Three excellent ways to finish a day, a week, a month, and a year;

  1. Gratitude is the best attitude. Gratitude increases performance. Dress your mind in gratitude. Set aside time to write down all the things you are grateful for on a daily basis. Write five each day with one highlight of gratitude. Do the same drill for the week, the month, the year. At year’s end name five all-star gratitudes. (To do well, it requires you to think.)
  2. Complete all important tasks. Write those emails, make the calls you need to make, dejunk your workplace, and complete expense reports. Do the jobs you don’t like to do daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly.
  3. Review the previous year’s goals. Make new goals for the New Year. Dreams become goals when they are set in writing. Take a day to plan your best year ever. You achieve what you expect to achieve.

An ounce of preparation will solve a pound of poorly planned problems.