November 18, 2018 =========
☆ achieve 達成する
The other day, I mentioned eliminating projects from your To Do list. This is an idea from GTD, Getting Things Done, but David Allen. He says that we need to keep a Projects list. Then for each project on the list, we need to decide what we want to achieve and by when we want to achieve it.
If you can decide what you want to achieve, then it should be easier to decide what tasks you need to do, in order to achieve it right? And if you know by when you want to achieve it, then you can set a deadline for your tasks, which will make it more likely that you will achieve your goal and complete the project.
Do you usually spend time thinking about what you want to achieve and by when?