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Managing Objectives Through Organization

Sometimes life can be muddled with obligations and harrowing tasks that periodically get us stressed out. When these things are within our control, they should be taken in the context of a challenge that needs to be conquered rather than as a period of turmoil. Simply planning future tasks, preparing yourself for said tasks, and ultimately executing the operation with precision can reduce the often-paralyzing effect of daunting responsibilities.


An architect doesn’t start building a house without first drafting up detailed blueprints. The same applies to even the mundane tasks of everyday life. Making a list of daily tasks can beneficial in managing the day’s events. Constructing as physical list can make the tasks at hand clearer and less overwhelming. Forecasting desired deadlines for each task keeps the day moving at a steady pace.

Time management, when planned for prior to execution, saves the participant from agonizing over whether they are taking too long to conclude a task. Planning for unanticipated interferences in task completion by giving yourself a “cushion,” or a fixed amount of time designated for unforeseen can mitigate worry. The planning stage of anything brings awareness of the situation and anything that can go wrong.


Preparation differs from planning because preparation gets you into the condition to do the work while planning only makes you aware of the tasks and the desired time table. Preparation before the execution of a task the night or day prior can reduce feelings of last-minute frenzy. This means doing some work in advance. Reviewing data, comprehending imperative information, and gathering necessary materials reduces the initial panic of starting your day ill-equipped.

Conditioning your body before a task is also a valuable feature of the preparation phase. Receiving a proper amount of sleep before a given chore is crucial in pursing exceptional performance. Not receiving enough sleep will leave you with low energy while the opposite, oversleeping, can be just as bad, leaving you groggy. Stretching whether before exercise or just to loosen up your body for better circulatory flow is always a good idea regardless of the task. Eating three square meals throughout the day to keep your energy levels at an acceptable threshold is also recommended.


When you finally must step up to the plate and follow through on a task, following the preceding steps will make an extreme difference in your performance. If you begin a task, make sure that you complete it. Attempting to tackle too many obstacles at once is overwhelming and can lead to counterproductive practices that may impede upon your planning and result in catastrophe. To be on the safe side, focusing on one or two tasks at a time can help you manage the work flow at a better pace.

Execution will be determined by the quality of preparation and planning beforehand. Being well-equipped and having control over the situation will not only give you more confidence when starting a task, it will also have the secondary effect of giving off an aura of professionalism to colleagues and superiors alike. Completing tasks with little to no interference will make your time dealing with daily tasks easier and convince others that you are reliable.


By planning, you can make yourself aware of what will be necessary from you. You will also be able to create a more constructed outline of events that are essential to complete. Preparation conditions you both physically and mentally. Maintaining high energy and acquiring necessary information for the tasks that you must complete will benefit you in the execution phase. Execution is the result of your initial effort before the task. Following through on your work from beginning to end is what brings you to success. Performance becomes the objective measurement of the conditions you yourself had set prior to beginning.

Making our lives more structured by planning, preparation, and executing can reduce the initial and ongoing stress that afflicts us throughout our daily lives. A little effort and organization can go a long way when tackling challenges.

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