Quiet Your Brain and Get Things Done
Calm the Chaos and Get to Get Things Done
Hey, can I be honest? I’m a think a box! So if you’re anything like me and you have ever had problems staying asleep or maybe you struggle with falling asleep because you have so many things running around in your brain. Or maybe you can relate to constantly thinking and creating in your mind.
I am going to share one of my favorite productivity methods called Getting Things Done also known as (GTD). The primary step of this method is capturing thoughts it’s awesome because it helps to quiet your brain so you can calm the chaos and get more things done.
Key Benefits of (GTD) Getting Things Done
- All your tasks, assignments, and projects are front and center.
- You’ll be glad to stop the noise in your head because you have captured every task that pops up.
- The GTD works to help balance both your personal and professional life to become more productive.
Getting Things Done Breakdown
Since we’re honest, I’ve been known to wake up at 3 a.m. with the most fantastic idea ever. It’s no surprise; my best thoughts come while I sleep or while I am in the shower while I’m driving. That happens to be the most creative time for most of us. Our state of mind is just in the perfect space to create.
But how creative can you be when you’re trying to remember everything else?
I hate to break it to you but, you can’t keep everything in your head. We aren’t built that way. We are meant to be creative and create. Constantly thinking and not doing puts our minds in distress.
Just in case you were wondering how to quiet your brain and get things done (GTD); Here’s the breakdown:
- Capture – Do a Mindsweep and brain dump all of your thoughts, big or small important or unimportant, just dump.
- Clarify – Determine whether the task is actionable, clarify what actions need to be taking around those tasks if it can be done quickly, like two minutes or less get it done.
- Organize – Separate your top priorities. Set due dates and set reminders so you can follow up. Categorizing your tasks and putting them into relevant sections according to their importance and urgency. Plainly said, put it on the calendar and assign it a due date.
- Reflect – Review and reflect to see if there any changes or modifications required. Check due dates from time to time, review your tasks.
- Engage – Just get started
Bam! It’s that simple!
Shh! Here’s the secret sauce to getting things done is honestly not about getting things done. It’s finding places to free up your brain and clear your head so you can let your attention go whatever it is you want to put it.
Quite Your Brain and Get Things Done
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