3. Filing systems –
Creating a filing system is another way to get things done. When you have distinct files, and have them set up in a pattern which allows you to see exactly what you have to do, and when it has to be completed by, it is going to be easier for you to complete the tasks. Knowing your deadlines, and what you have to do, and creating organization, makes completing tasks easier.
4. Practice –
If you practice making choices faster, it is going to be easier for you to do things you do not enjoy doing just as quickly. Do not ponder too much, be more assertive, and practice moving at a pace which allows you to get things done. When you are used to doing something, it will trickle down to other things in your life, even the tasks you do not want to do, or are afraid of doing.
5. Create incentives –
If you give yourself incentives, you are more likely to do things you do not enjoy too much. It should not be something huge, but give yourself little encouragement to do those things. Whether it is buying a new top, or taking an extra break or day off one week, give yourself something, for doing the things you do not want to do, and for getting them done in a timely manner, when you need to complete certain tasks, and need them to be done properly.