4 Things That Productive And Successful People Do On Sundays…

4 Things That Productive And Successful People Do On Sundays

The lifestyle of productive people differs from the average person. They act according to a set of rules and even spend their weekend differently than most people. On Sundays, they do four things which take only 30-60 minutes and are quite effective. Let’s review their 4 productive habits!

1. Goal Setting

On Sundays, productive people usually set goals for the next week. This usually takes only a few minutes. Most people already have a habit of making plans and setting goals, but more often theses plans are long-term (for one or three years). Unfortunately, many people don’t do the necessary and sustained actions to achieve their goals.

In order to achieve what you want, you need to break the goals into smaller ones (goal for a quarter, month, week or day). Every Sunday you need to set 1-3 goals for the week, the achievement of which will allow you to come closer to the implementation of a larger plan.

2. Week Planning

You must know exactly when and what you will be working on and therefore make strategic planning to increase your own productivity. You can schedule this both on the Google calendar and in a paper planner and all your plans will be before your eyes all day. This will help you concentrate on your business.

Many people noticed that when they work without a schedule, they spend too much time on low priority tasks and procrastinate more.

Make some time for the most important tasks in the morning. Then the rest of the day will be easier. In addition, this way you will make constant progress in working on the most important projects because you will not procrastinate.

3. Analysis of the Past Week

After analyzing the things you got done, you can draw valuable conclusions. Just a few minutes of such analysis on Sundays and you’ll save days, weeks, and even months of hard work.

Try to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Have I achieved my weekly goals? If not, why? What was done successfully?
  • What activities/products/people most affected my results?
  • What activities/products/people wasted my time and energy?
  • What should I do better to increase my productivity?
  • What habits make me feel happier, productive, and focused?
  • What unforeseen events occurred during the week from which I provided valuable lessons?

These questions will help you determine your priorities and find out which activities don’t bring results. Take some time to analyze your results because it’s worth it.

4. Keeping a Diary

Another popular and useful habit of productive people is keeping a diary. If something disturbs you, you can put your thoughts and feelings on paper and you’ll be calmer. Your mind will become clear and it will be easier for you to solve problems and come up with new ideas.

You can also write down ideas that occurred to you during the week, so you’ll be able to determine what steps for their implementation you need to take. If the idea is valuable, you can allocate some time for it next week. You may simply try to grab a pen and write what you think about and what ideas come to you for 15 minutes. You will be surprised and delighted with the results.


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Amelia Grant


I am Amelia Grant, journalist, and blogger. I think that information is a great force that is able to change…

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