Complete your Incompletes - Nauman Khan Azeemi

Laurence T. Peter, a famous America educator and author said,

“If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk?”
Taking up projects and tasks simultaneously, planning to work on new goals or undertaking various responsibilities together can be daunting. Not only does it burden you with responsibilities you cannot shoulder but also diverts your focus. Unfinished tasks, failure to meet deadlines or simply leaving the task is what people often resort to. The end result: total disaster!

It is always better to take responsibilities that you can accomplish within the specified amount of time. Having some tasks accomplished is far better than having multiple incomplete tasks under your belt. Successful people often endorse “The Cycle of Completion” which incorporates a series of activities like decide, plan, start, continue, finish and complete. Every goal or task needs to follow all these steps in order to be fulfilled. Most of us get through the finishing stage but leave the completion part totally undone.

“When you don’t complete the past, you can’t be free to fully embrace the embrace the present” is what wise people say.They advise people to get into “Complete Consciousness” which works on the mantra “DO IT”, “DELEGATE IT”, “DELAY IT” OR “DUMP IT”. So now you know what to do.