Negative Consequences Of Taking Things One Day At A Time
-Then, divide your tasks into 3 groups, like "Immediate group", "later on group" and "later, later on group". These categorizations speak volume to your mind. By labeling these groups this way you are training yourself, to slow down and that there are things that can be done immediately and other than can be done way later.
-After this, all you have to do is assign each task to a group. Just like you would, if you were using a daily/weekly/monthly organizer.
-Your next step is to make sure that you don 't overwhelm yourself with too much to do at a time. So the rule would be not more than 2 tasks a day. So, take your immediate group of the tasks put into it, and spread them over the week and up to 3 days after the week is ended. Do it as if you were stretching a shirt, so it can fit because that is the goal. You have to spread and stretch things so they can fit your mental and not the other way around.
-Do the same thing with "the later group", where you will stretch things from 2 weeks up to a month. And in "the later, later on group" from 6 months up into a year or two. The principle is to learn to organize yourself so that your habits or objectives don 't become an open door to negativity. If for