The Art Of Mindful Planning

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With the aggressive pace of life these days, you can easily begin to feel tense as the day goes on. One job after another leads you to respond and ultimately leaves you feeling exhausted and unfulfilled at the end of the day. 

The Power Of Mindful Planning

Planning mindfully isn’t about putting in as many items on your calendar/schedule as you can. It’s all about feeling a better meaning, efficacy, and integration into one’s life. Here’s how you can master the art of mindful planning:

1.Begin With Better Thought

Take some time for quiet at the start of each day. Consider where you’re going and what you want to do with this day. By taking this time to think you give your day purpose and direction, making sure your steps are in line with your larger goals.

2. Prioritize Tasks

Prioritize your most important activities — those bothersome -sounding ones initially. They will be the ones that will help you to focus better on your objectives. Discover more about The Power of Prioritizing Tasks Here.

3. Time Blocking

Time blocking is the practice of setting dedicated hours for designated activities. This approach will enable keeping your attention on the single work and prevent multitasking to reduce your level of production.

4. Be Realistic

It’s critical to make a plan but you should also be practical. Never try to cram in too much work into the day when you can only do one thing at once. Prioritize quality over quantity.

5. Build In Breaks

Mindful planning is not about working all the time. It also includes scheduling breaks. Taking regular breaks keeps you high on energy, low on stress and increases overall efficiency. Take a short walk, take some fresh air, and/or do a quick meditation.