If you work for yourself, the chances are that motivating yourself is an important, and sometimes difficult, activity. David Seah has a great method for overcoming this problem, in the form of "The Printable CEO". I've only been using it for a week, but I'm already seeing an improvement in the amount of work I'm getting done.

The basic premise is to assign scores to certain jobs you'll be doing throughout the day. Each time you complete one of these jobs, you give yourself "points". It's a simple system, but there's strangely something satisfying about earning points during the day, and so far I've found it to be a real motivator when I don't feel like doing anything.

Next week I'll be writing about how I've integrated the Printable CEO into my personal progress system.

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