🕐 Ten habits to help you achieve your goals

In developing the ten habits that are simple to do, you are expected to develop one good habit at a time and stick to it for at least 30 days. Avoid mistakes in habit development and succeed in developing good habits.
Habit 1: Collect
— Collect comprehensively
Carry a small notebook (or any recording tool like Elisi) with you and use it to write down any tasks, ideas, projects, or any other information that flashes into your brain. This habit is basically the same as GTD, but ZTD only requires a small, portable, easy-to-use tool to record information. You need to write things down before you forget them, and get them out of your notebook and into your task list as quickly as possible.
Habit 2: Processing
— Make decisions about information quickly so that your inbox doesn’t pile up
The accumulation of materials in your inbox is a major cause of delays. Only by processing information in a timely manner, making timely decisions about ingredients and grouping them into categories, can you avoid piles of ingredients. I recommend tackling your inbox at least once a day, top-down, task by task, just like GTD does: the two-minute rule, delete, assign to someone else, file, or put it on your calendar to do later.
Habit 3: Plan
— Set daily, weekly top priorities (MIT)
Each week, make a list of the major events you need to accomplish and put them in your schedule. Each day, list 1-3 Most Important Things (MITs). This way, each day and week you are set a goal, and instead of blindly going through that long list of tasks, you are always accomplishing those things that are most important and useful!
Habit 4: Execution
— Be single-minded and execute one thing at a time
Execution, the core of all time management, is a very important part of ZTD. You should execute one thing at a time in a non-distracted context. Neither work on multiple fronts, nor let your work be suddenly interrupted.
Habit 5: A system of trust
— Create simple lists and check them daily
ZTD (Simply Do It) recommends that you keep your list as simple as possible. Don’t add complex systems and don’t continually try new tools to avoid wasting time. Use a simple list approach whenever possible, as you focus on how the tasks are performed, not playing around with your GTD system or GTD tools.
Habit 6: Manage
— A place to store all information
Put all the information you receive into your collection box, process your collection box, perform tasks, and complete them. In this system, you should never have to question yourself about what to do next. And it also allows you to focus more intently on your work and also avoid procrastination.
Habit 7: Review
— Review your system and goals every week
The importance of the weekly review is that it gives you a chance to reorganize everything and review what is the most important task. Extend the weekly review from GTD, but add an emphasis on goal review. Just focus on one goal at a time and make sure it’s a goal you can accomplish.
Habit 8: Simplify
— Reduce your task list and leave only the most necessary
Simplify your task list to a minimum, leaving only the most important tasks so you don’t need those complicated planning systems. Since GTD doesn’t prioritize tasks, all tasks are added to a list, which becomes longer and longer, and you are forced to work tirelessly every day to get things done. So, you must ask yourself to constantly simplify your task list and make sure your tasks are only the most important.
Habit 9: Routine
— Set a weekly, daily routine
Setting a weekly, daily routine can make your work and personal life extremely streamlined. More importantly, it puts you in control of your life, rather than leaving tasks on hold. Without an agenda, we are less likely to say no to new information that comes in. Because we are constantly bogged down by people who want to take up our time, websites that grab our attention, and that’s not a good thing (unless you don’t want to get the important stuff done), you need to take control of your life, set an agenda, and follow it.
Habit 10: Passion
— Do the things you dream about
When you really want to do something, no matter how hard it is, you will work hard to get it done. You’ll put in more effort, take more time out, and procrastinate less. So, develop this habit precisely to keep searching for the things that keep you passionate, keep you refreshed and motivated.

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