Do you ever feel overwhelmed with the number of tasks you have to complete on a daily basis? Do you find yourself constantly exhausted and drained at the end of the day? If so, then it may be time for you to consider doing an action-energy-result audit.
Just as a food diary can help you understand your eating habits and their impact on your nutrition, an action-energy-result audit can help you understand your actions and their impact on your productivity and energy levels. By tracking your actions in 30-minute increments, you can gain insight into what tasks are taking up your time and whether they are producing the results you desire.
To help you get started, I have included a sample tracking spreadsheet that you can use to fill in the blanks easily. Simply list the actions you are taking and the results those actions are producing. After one week, take a look at the past week and see what you notice. Are you spending more time than you realize on things that drain your energy? What time of day might be better for certain tasks? Are you doing things that give you energy, and how often?
This action audit can provide you with valuable insight into the source of any overwhelm you may be experiencing. By identifying tasks that drain your energy and those that give you energy, you can make better use of your time and improve your overall productivity.
I encourage you to take the time to complete this action audit and see the positive impact it can have on your daily life. You deserve to feel energized and productive, and this audit can help you achieve just that.
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