Benefits of habit “Turn tasks into small steps”

✓ Helps manage time
✓ Helps stay productive
✓ Prevents feeling overwhelmed
✓ Reduces stress

First step:

1 task per day


1. Today, out of all your tasks, take 1 and separate it into small manageable steps. Do this to 1 task every day for a week.
2. Next week, do the same thing to 2 tasks every day.
3. Keep increasing until every day you reduce your tasks into small, manageable steps you can complete.

Helpful tips to make it a habit:

✓ Same time is key. Do your task reduction sessions at the same time, which will help make it a healthy habit. We recommend doing it first thing in the morning.
✓ Trigger your mind. Have your planning calendar somewhere always visible on your desk or make a sticky note to remind your brain of the reduction possibility.
✓ Let the app help. Set a reminder on this app to signal it’s time to manage your task size. You can also track the days you missed planning on the calendar.
✓ Reward yourself. Once you’ve gone a month of reducing your tasks every day, reward yourself by getting yourself a new desk decoration that would symbolize your newly acquired habit of ultimate task management.
✓ Celebrate small victories. Every time you perform this habit, congratulate yourself! Say “I’m awesome” or “I’m so cool” out loud and with a smile on your face.

Tips for beginners:

✓ List the steps. When planning the task, take it apart by steps. Approximate how much time each step will take to complete, what other people will participate, what tools will you need to complete it, etc. Anticipate as many steps and problems that may arise and note them all. Then start executing the task.
✓ Prioritize. Before you even start planning out the steps, make sure you start with the most urgent tasks and make the necessary steps to finish them first. The rest can wait.
✓ Make notes. Everything you need to do or think of you need to do – note it down. Time will come and you will use those notes in some structure, but also writing down with your own hand helps you remember everything better.