People who are living in chaos often think they’ll never be able to dig themselves out. I have one piece of advice for anyone who has too much going on: Finish what you start. It may seem simple, but if you are someone who leaves tasks half-finished all over the house or workplace, this idea is life changing.
Examples of taking tasks to their logical conclusions include:
*Throwing away the empty package when you finish something
*Putting the dirty dishes in the dishwasher or sink
*Opening the mail and sorting it when you bring it in
*Putting things where they belong when you are finished using them
Today, challenge yourself to come to conclusion about each task you start. You may not be able to finish every project, but you can take it a logical stopping point instead of leaving it hanging around.
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