How to get more done in less time and never forget anything again


How to get more done in less time and never forget anything again.

WOW! That is a BIG promise.

Not only that, doing this ONE thing will do all that for you, IF YOU DO IT.

You have even heard this tip, probably many times already - but many of you continue to ignore this proven and time tested wisdom.

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Get more done in less time to benefit your family, friends and employer

Alright Tom, I am ready for this SUPER DUPER tip about how to get more done in less time and never forget anything again.

Give it to me.

I warned you - this is easy.

Keep a to-do list. I prefer a professional time management system that is basically an organized version of a to-do list.

The 2 that I recommend the most are:

Ziglar Performance Planner


It was recently updated and now has a new, soft, pliable, leather like cover.

I have used it on and off for over 20 years. I have purchased and used other systems for a period of time however I always return to my beloved time planner and goals management system.

Now that Zig has passed away I will likely use it for the rest of my life to honor him just as I use Jim Rohn's journals to honor his memory.

I love the week at a view, and having accountability each day for my 4 top goals and my daily tasks and reminders. I find it to be the perfect combination for my life and my goals.

Priority Management

Progressive Training’s workload management workshops, using Priority Management's time tested system, teaches you how to use time management processes with workload management tools so from now on you’ll leave your office each day with:

  • An empty inbox (no matter how many emails you get)
  • One, achievable ‘to do’ list for tomorrow.
  • No homework, and no 3 a.m. fear of having forgotten anything.
  • A “smarter” Smartphone so it actually gives you less “work.”
  • A sense of achievement and satisfaction.

Because real stress reduction comes from having time to implement practical advice, and the skills to manage your time each day.

What if I cannot afford a professional system like this one

Buy a cheap notebook and EVERY DAY use one of the pages in it to write down the most important things you should do that day. 

Whatever you do not get done for that day - add it to the list for the following day. If it stays on the list long enough to irritate you - decide to DO IT NOW or take it off your list.

Keep that daily page with you and have a pen always nearby. Refer to the list throughout the day and make any notes/ideas/promises you make throughout that day on it.