Process matters. It teaches behaviour and that's how you improve. When you learn to improve, you reach your goals, and that's what we all want. Start by understanding your process. Break your skills and activities into steps. Get into a habit of noticing steps how to make or accomplish something. Then, try the same approach when acquiring skills outside your
In times of information overload, it's hard to get your attention on task. Experimentation is an easy way to boost your motivation: distract yourself and let your creativity generate ideas, then let your rational mind choose ideas that matter here and now. Then, do a task.
Confusion comes with disorder. Put things back in order. How? Map where you're going (goals) and where you're right now (obstacles). Take those steps that help you overcome today's obstacles and move forward toward your goals.
Whenever you wish clarity, remember: answers come from experience. With quantity comes quality. Look up your numbers. Take a small step to improve them now.
When you're in the mood to make better decisions faster: 1. Write down a problem. 2. Write down a solution. 3. Write down steps to take now.