Who doesn't love getting things done? Anytime I focus solely on getting things done. I end up creating a better day for myself and others. The accomplishment overcomes anything that might not work out how you like.
Have a focused task list for getting things done offers more than the instant satisfaction of overcoming a task, it gives you a long-term gauge to measure your track towards completing your goals.
Getting Things Done with “Things” by Culture Code
I am using “Things” by Culture Code to means for getting things done. The program is available for Mac's, iPhone, iWatch, and iPad.
“Things” offer features like creating Objectives, Projects, Tasks, and Subtasks.
You have an inbox as a place to put your unorganized items, an upcoming calendar for scheduling your activities, another directory for “Anytime” items to be completed, and finally, a “someday” directory to place things that you want to keep for future reference but have no deadline or need to compete them.
I love things because it makes it easy to segment my tasks, projects, and objectives. Measuring the process gives me satisfaction, and helps to reduce anxiety from not knowing where I am at all the time.
Get rid of Anxiety and Create a Better Day – Getting Things Done
If you struggle with anxiety, you know how difficult it can be to move forward and take action. Doing so gives us the opportunity to create a better day. Getting things done provides us with a sense of accomplishment and helps to reduce anxiety.
People with Anxiety often overthink what is about to happen, causing paralysis and dissatisfaction within ourselves. The best way I have found to overcome my anxiety is to take action and focus on getting things done. The stress is still there during the task, but typically lowers or even disappears regardless of my activities.
Using a program such as Things allows me to measure my progress and see success. I can get the things out of the way that is causing the Anxiety to intensify, which is great if I use this tool.
Unfortunately, most people do not use a program to manage project and objectives for their personal life. Yes, we can use “Things” to control our own time and goals, helping you to overcome paralysis from Anxiety.
Ultimately getting things done is more straightforward and possible when we measure and manage our progress. Using a program like “Things” for Mac is the way I am moving forward and recommend you check it out.