Time Management

How to keep breathing with a busy agenda!

Habit hero of the week: Casto Cañavate

Habits from a true less stress, more energy hero.

Casto Cañavate is without any doubt a true less stress and more energy hero. As someone with a high demanding job, lots of responsibilities, and a big to-do list every day, Casto Cañavate manages with some proper discipline and habits to do it all – and most important, not get totally stressed out.

In today’s Habit Blog, he shares with you 3 habit tips on how to keep breathing with a busy agenda!

Casto: It is a pleasure for me to be part of the Habit Magazine, “Less Stress, More Energy”… What first comes to my mind is: do sport, enjoy what you do (professional and personal-wise) and be positive! Having said this, I will be more practical:

Own system.

After attending training, webinars and reading many books… Make your own conclusion and set up your own system. Personally, I set-up my own based on the best from Getting Things Done (by D. Allen) and Eat That Frog (by B. Tracy).

Be Realistic.

People tend to put more on their plates than they can eat. Don’t fool yourself. No matter if you are a 4, 8 or even more hour work person a day. In my case, I plan what I will do daily/weekly/monthly and I will focus on it. In addition, I estimate 20% buffer for those unexpected last minute issues.

Challenge yourself.

At work, it is very common to repeat tasks/projects. That’s boring! Whenever I have to repeat something, I first think how to improve it. Hence, this will be fun, you will love it and, subsequently, you will deliver better performance.

All the best, Casto Cañavate

Do your future self a favor. Subscribe today and we will send you a video on how to create longlasting habits.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s