TIP Make a To-Do List It is always nice to have a physical list of things you need to accomplish in a day, especially when you can cross them off when you're done. Whether you've written it down or not, you have a to-do list.
They aren't necessarily smarter, more creative or harder working than many others.
Your goals will change, and that's a good thing. Speaking of which, there are 17 items on this list. It means expanding your principles and practices so that they serve a greater purpose. Try not to let your stresses and worries carry over into another day, it's just going to make your days progressively more stressful if you do so.
Just as you sometimes have crises of confidence, so does everyone else around you. Now go clean your toilets.
Give yourself a break. You don't need to be a polished writer or even devote a lot of time to this; even a small effort can pay huge dividends as we'll see in item No. Second, remember the challenges you've overcome in the past--say, perhaps, the things you wrote about in your journal.