September month is here and similar for every month, and every year, here we have collected the best September 2020 Wall Calendars and Day to Day tasks planners. Sounds simple, right? It’s one of those “simple” ideas that have a huge impact on your life. From minute 10 to minute 20: Review Tomorrow’s Calendar planner. This is essential. When you wake up, you want to know exactly what your day is about and these September 2020 Wall Calendars will help you. Do you have any important meetings or calls? Deadlines, maybe? What do you have to get done? When are you working out? Do you have any pressing items on your agenda? When are you dealing with them? This simple exercise takes away almost all the stress and anxiety I have. Most anxiety comes from unsolved problems. And often, we worry about problems that are not real. But when you say to yourself: I’m going to work on problem X from 10 AM until 11 AM, you can relax. Also, there’s nothing you can do late in the evening. Just go to bed, already. Leave the problem solving for tomorrow when your brain is fresh. From minute 20 to minute 25: Prepare your outfit “Oh, you’re so vain.” No, I don’t want to unnecessarily stress my brain. Look, your brain is a muscle. And after a certain amount of decisions, your brain runs out of juice. And that means the quality of your decisions will decrease.
September 2020 Wall Calendar
That’s called Decision Fatigue. But I’m not worried about that in the evening because I’m headed to bed so my brain can recharge. A few extra decisions won’t hurt. However, those few extra decisions will hurt your productivity if you think about your outfit in the morning. So why not prepare your outfit so you don’t have to use your precious brainpower in the morning? From minute 25 till minute 30: Visualize Because I’ve gone through my calendar earlier, I know what my day will look like. Next up: Visualize the next day in detail. Charles Duhigg talks about this exercise in his new book Smarter Faster Better. Duhigg writes about how the most productive people visualize their days with more specificity than the rest of us. I prefer to do this exercise in the evening because when I wake up in the morning, I still remember what I’ve visualized.
The result is NO MORE snoozing. You won’t believe how much I would hit the snooze button in the past. In fact, I would snooze so often that the alarm on my phone would just give up. The hardcore snoozers know what I’m talking about. Hit snooze so often, and you win. The opposite is true. Snoozing is for losers. But I’m not losing anymore because of this 30-minute evening ritual. As a result, I go to sleep without stress, and I wake up with focus: I exactly know what I have to do to turn the day into a success. And that’s what I want to achieve with this ritual. 30 minutes of your evening sounds like a pretty good ROI if you want to improve your life. So give it a try tonight and find out for yourself. But don’t be surprised if you wake up tomorrow morning ready to kick in the ass. Modern life is pretty good. You’re always connected to the internet, inside your home, and outside of it. With your smartphone, you have the world at your fingertips. Sounds great, right? NOT. Most people don’t use technology but are rather used BY technology.
Apps, games, videos, articles, commercials, TV-shows, are all designed to keep your attention. So without you knowing it, you waste countless hours every single week. Your attention is all over the place, but not in the right place. “To be everywhere is to be nowhere.” —Seneca. Why do you think Netflix automatically starts the next episode in 3, 2, 1 seconds? When that happens, you think: “Screw it, let’s watch another episode.” The same goes for YouTube. Why do you think their suggestions are so good? They keep you locked in. And this applies to all content. There is ALWAYS a “next” video, episode, article, game, round, movie; you name it.