Do you have a daily routine? If you do, you’re well on your way to success. If you don’t (yet), you may want to adopt one. Routines are the habits you do without consciously thinking about them each day, like brushing your teeth or making your morning coffee. Referral Maker® real estate CRM is a tool that can help you stick to routines that boost your productivity, streamline your day and achieve your goals. Here are three reasons to adopt a positive routine today and how Referral Maker CRM can help. Continue reading
Want to take control of your time and get more done? Create a routine. A routine is defined as “a prescribed, detailed course of action to be followed regularly.” Now, that doesn’t sound very exciting, but no matter how spontaneous we like to think we are, we’re creatures of habit and routine. You may say, “I could never follow a routine! I thrive on spontaneity and doing something different every day!” The reality is, you probably follow a routine and don’t even know it. Chances are you brush your teeth the same way every day, put on your pants with the same leg first, etc.
Getting into a good routine can help you stay on track to reach your goals and achieve success. Here’s how to establish a routine that will help you succeed. Continue reading
If you want to develop good habits, it’s important to create a solid routine. In this clip from BuffiniTV, Brian Buffini explains the science of habit and how to create a routine that works. Continue reading
Jumpstart your productivity each morning when you wake up! Your morning routine can set the tone for the rest of your day. Do you start your day stressed out and in a whirlwind of activity? If so, you may feel harried for the rest of the day. However, if you start your morning relaxed and focus on the day ahead, you’ll be better prepared to handle the challenges you may face. Here are a few tips. Continue reading
Many of us want to improve our productivity, but aren’t sure where to start. We’ve been told that it’s essential to work long hours, put our families and interests on the backburner and do twenty things at once in order to be successful. We vow to become more productive and get bogged down with writing lists and planning that we don’t get around to actually doing anything. As a result, we become so frustrated that we didn’t get done as much as we wanted to that we become tempted to give up. Before you throw in the towel, take a deep breath and change your perspective with the following tips: Continue reading