Set goals like Ben Franklin

Ben Franklin became a prolific inventor once he learned to set goals and prioritize.

Here’s how:

  1. Spend 10 minutes each morning prioritizing your tasks.
  2. Spend 20 at the end of the week reviewing work for the next week.
  3. Ask yourself, “which ¬†of my to-do’s are important, not merely urgent?”
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1 Response to Set goals like Ben Franklin

  1. John Ward says:

    My life only came together when I started making daily goals. I felt then I had control of my life. I totally agree with planning your day as it has been shown that for every 10 mins spent, saves two hours. Isn’t that fact alone worth it


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