3. Write Things Down
When it comes to accomplishing your tasks, you will be most effective if you hold yourself accountable. And for many of us, that means writing down what we need to do, who we want to become and what is expected of us. As Psychology Today reports, according to Beverly D. Flaxington, corporate consultant and author of Make Your SHIFT: The Five Most Powerful Moves You Can Make to Get Where YOU Want to Go, “sometimes we get negative or procrastinate simply because we are doing a job we hate and we can’t see where we are going.