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Accomplish or To Do?

What will you accomplish -- wouldn't it be more fun to have an Accomplishment list rather than a  To Do List?

We all have the same amount of time each day -- it's how we spend it that makes the difference in our results.

86,400   . . . Seconds that is -- that's how many we all get to spend each day.

How do you spend each of your days?

Do you put first things first?

Are you FIRED UP?

Do your activities move your towards where you want to go OR are they just 'busy' work.  Sometimes, it's better to say NO or delegate.  THIS is why you must be clear on your WHY (last week's post).

Here's a few more things to think about . . .

Are you well rested when you jump out bed and excited to face your incredible day.

Is your life full of 'juicy' relationships?  You have to make time!

Do you bless others each day?

Do you go to bed each night full of gratitude?

At the end of the day (like the end of the month), there's an accounting of sorts.  Where did the day go?  What is on that accomplishment list of yours (aka a to do list that is crossed off).

It's easy to get side-tracked--we all do it--our goal is for you to have more accomplishments an more fun!


My friend Phil Humbert shares some of his observations about successful people and how they 'Thrive in a Chaotic World' and are able to 'Accomplish More.'

They seem comfortable, challenged, even exhilarated by chaos, and yet they maintain balance and tranquility in their lives.  It's a amazing set of skills!  (see the complete article at my blog )


John Lennon observed that "life is what happens while you were making other plans."

Do you think life is going to wait until you're ready?  I've found that the stars rarely line up for perfect timing.

Successful people from all walks of life learn to adapt and thrive on the constant and never ending chaos.  They seize the opportunities at hand.

This applies to moms, employees, entrepreneurs, students -- yes anyone reading who wants to make their mark.  Don't think you have to be a CEO to have an 'ACCOMPLISHMENT LIST.'


Debbie Wysocki is the owner of Women with Dreams and residual Money secrets – companies that allow the average person to live an extraordinary life by teaching how to build profitable businesses in the network marketing arena. She is a wife, mom, volunteer, a top producer in the MLM industry, a real estate investor, author, trainer, and former Beverly Hills financial analyst who is passionate about helping others succeed. Her motto is ‘How you do anything, is how you do everything!’  For more information or to contact Debbie directly:  [email protected]  954-781-6629


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Debbie thanks for the reminder about being grateful daily. I no how important this is especially when I think I need a pity party.

Jack Shea — Sun, 03/21/2010 - 8:36am

To Do List


I love the subtle but important change in your words from 'to do" to "accomplishment". Considering that words have power, just this simple change itself will be sufficient over time to affect the way we view the stuff that needs getting done each day.

Thanks for a great post:)

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