By breaking everything down into simple, small, and manageable components, you’re much less likely to procrastinate. For a lot of people, this is a very effective way to consistently get a lot done. Try mini-tasking instead of multi-tasking and watch your efficiency soar! Click here to download the FREE GUIDE
Stop Procrastination with Mini Tasks (FREE GUIDE)
A mini-task is a task that is so small you couldn't make it any smaller without being silly about it. Calling a supplier to ask a specific question would be a good example of a mini-task. In general, mini-tasks take 15 minutes or less to accomplish.
This time management technique addresses one of the most common causes of procrastination on larger projects: uncertainty about where to get started. Download "Overcome Procrastination with Mini-Tasks" for more techniques.