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How do you know what to do and when to do it?

This quick video shares the system I have been testing for my daily tasks… it is working extremely well so far.

Enjoy, and leave a comment.



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  • http://blogtalkradio.com/ceo-today Tachelle Daniels

    Love the tips!
    Thanks

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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt

    Many thanks Tachelle.

    Have a great weekend.

    Dean

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  • http://www.tom-harvey.com Tom Harvey

    Great tips Dean. I need to focus more on item 2 – Money Making Activities (MMA) as get too distracted all too often!!
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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt

    Tom,

    Ultimately, that is the MOST important of the 3… but, the first one is a great way to start the day with momentum.

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  • http://www.alphabetti.com Andrea Sangster

    Hey Dean, love the tips. But once you’ve done your 5 min tasks, how do you split your time between Money Makers 1-5 and Time Sensitive 1-5 – do you do Money Makers 1, Time Sensitie 1, Money Makers 2, Time Sensitive 2, etc? (Hurrah – I managed to post this without refering to your No 1s and No 2s … Doh!)
    Andrea

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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt

    Andrea,

    That is a great question.

    I go…

    Money maker 1
    Time sensitive 1
    Money maker 2
    Time sensitive 2

    And so on…

    Dean

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  • http://www.ana-z.com Shirley Anstis

    Thanks for the tips Dean.

    Just taking on more stuff at the moment so this should help me keep on top of things.

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  • PS Bajaj

    Great stuff to get off to a flying start every day! Main thing is to get your thoughts down! This will assist you to avoid getting deviated and focussed! Love it!

    Prithipal

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  • http://www.morethanorganized.net Miriam Ortiz y Pino

    Dean,

    What a lovely, elegant and concise way of prioritizing. I am a Certified Professional Organizer so, I know what I’m talking about.

    Just having a plan and working it can change peoples lives.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Miriam

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  • Joe Blog

    Right, time to go play some xbox360 ;-)

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  • http://www.tradingbox.co.uk Ray Cunningham

    Hi Dean, which category did you put making this video into?

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  • Chung Tang

    Just found out that Things is not for PC..bummer.

    what other tools do you use to jot down all your notes so you remember to look at it each day?

    Thanks and I’ll be trying this out.

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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt

    Chung,

    Try Evernote.

    Dean
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