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8 Ideas for Getting Even More Done and Accelerate Results

Updated 3 months ago.

We all want more success and the fear of failure can often be the driving force of our actions. We work long hours, sacrifice personal time, and even sleep. We put our heart and soul into what we're trying to achieve, only to find that we're spinning our wheels. We think we're getting things done, because at the end of the day all of our Action List items are crossed out; but did we really get closer to achieving our goals? The fact is, most of us accomplish a whole list of things by the end of the day, but have little to show for it. Your success depends on what you are doing and the way you are getting things done. If you're not moving closer to your goal achievement, you are not getting things done the right way.

The good news is - getting things done the right way requires only a simple shift in your actions. There are only two ways of getting things done; one way leads to your success, while the other keeps you in the same position you're in right now. There is no in between. Getting things done right comes down to taking actions that support your forward progress and success. If you feel like you've been spinning your wheels, you probably have been. You might be getting things done, but your actions have been sabotaging your success. You end up working twice as hard, only to stay in the same place.

Getting things done the right way, can take you from spinning your wheels to; creating more time, expending less effort, reducing frustration and moving you closer to your goals with every single action. This is possible because success relies on one principle: success takes successful actions. Let’s explore 8 ideas for getting things done the right way.

1. Organize Your Time for Optimal Performance
Success takes successful time management. Whether you're a corporate executive or an entrepreneur, you must optimize your performance. The universe will only deliver what you can handle, so if you want more, you have to do more without adding more hours to your day.

Ascertain what you need to Do, Delegate, and Delay. Since you can't manifest any more hours in a day, focus on your highest pay-off activities. In other words, do just those things that will lead to the highest probability of achieving your goals in the quickest timeframe possible. Put these things in priority order and then in your calendar. You will quickly realize you don’t have time for anything that doesn't get your closer to achieving your goals.

2. Take Action with the End Result in Mind
Maintaining a constant focus on your goal will help you achieve it faster. Remember, getting things done right means taking actions that are in support of your goals. As an example, watching TV for 5 hours is not an action in support of your success. You may have to learn to do the things you don't necessarily want to do, but you do them because they will get you to where you want to be.

Keep a working list of actions you need to do today, and place them in prioritized order. Check them off the list one at a time as you complete. This leads you to focus on your highest payoff activities, not the ones that are the easiest.

3. Act with 100% Integrity
It's not always easy to always to do what you say and say what you do. But there is no way around it; acting with anything other than 100% integrity will sabotage your success. The truth isn’t always easy, but it is the truth!

4. Act with the Best Interest of all Involved
Achieving your goals does not mean you step on people to get there; in fact, it's quite the opposite. This principle follows the universal law of reciprocity; what you put out comes back to you. Getting things done right, means you keep the best interest of all involved at all times, so the reciprocal comes back to you. Every action you take has an outward effect, and long term, sustainable success is only possible acting by this universal law. Napoleon Hill explores the power of this law great depth in his book, Think and Grow Rich.

5. Think “Outside the Box”
What got you to where you are today typically isn’t what will take you to where you want to be. Get creative and brainstorm ideas and possibilities. Ask friends and business associates for feedback. Ask them what improvements you can make to improve your service and relationship with your clients. Study someone you admire. If you know someone who is successful and want to know how they did - ask them! Think outside the box of where you are right now and learn how you can improve yourself to encourage your success.

6. Remove Negative Emotions
Taking action based on feelings of fear, anger, or jealousy will get you nowhere and can even lead to goal regression. Negative emotions sabotage your success - period. Remove them from your thoughts and actions, and you will be getting things done the right way. Pay attention to what you say to yourself. Sometimes we don’t realize we're feeding our minds with negative thinking until you consciously pay attention. Ask a friend, peer, or significant other to share what they hear you say or do. Having an occasional 5-minute pity party is acceptable – but then you've got to get over it and move on.

7. Write an Action Plan
You don't have to know exactly what to do, some of it you will have to figure out along the way, but you must have a general plan of action. Say you want to completely eliminate your $10,000 debt. Write an action plan detailing exactly how much money you will commit to paying every month, or week, toward reducing your debt. Create a detailed spreadsheet for every month, until your balance is zero. Write down the Day, Month, Year and even a time your debt will be eliminated.

8. Write Annual Self-Evaluations and Look for Areas of Improvement
Ask yourself 6 questions that I’m going to ask you now:
1. Did I provide the best service I believe my clients deserve?
2. Did I act with 100% integrity in all of my personal and professional relations?
3. Did I focus on the highest pay-off activities that allowed me to be the most productive and efficient I could be?
4. Did I adequately use my calendar and do what it says to do and when it says to do it?
5. Did I make decisions that delivered the best results for all involved? If no, how might I have reacted differently to improve end results?
6. Did I accomplish my goals? If no, where were my thoughts and actions focused? What will I need to do to change this, going forward?

If you have answered "no" to any of these questions, explore why and how you can improve future actions and desired end results.

Action is good, but it's the way you take action that makes all the difference. Action taken produces results, good and bad. Successful action produces positive results and brings you closer to your goals - that's getting things done in the right way. Optimize your performance, act with integrity, keep the higher-good of all involved, and every action you take will get you closer to your success. Results Rule!

NAPOLEON HILL, Author of the best-selling classic, Think and Grow Rich said, Success comes to those who become success conscious.

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Anne Bachrach
The Accountability Coach™
The Results Accelerator™

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