As I’ve explained in a previous post, I’ve decided to use Zen To Done productivity methodology by Leo Babauta.

This is the feedback after 1 week.

For this first week, I’ve decided to implement 1 new habit : 3 MITs.

The habit is simple : at the beginning of the week, and then every morning, I’ll list the 3 MITs (Most Important Topics) that I want to achieve during the day (or the week).

Here are the sresults :

Did I defined 3 MITs ? : YES, How many did I achieve : 2/3**3 MITs for the week :**-
**Day 1 (January 16th) :**Did I defined 3 MITs ? : YES, How many did I achieve : 3/3 **Day 2 (January 17th) :**Did I define 3 MITs ? : YES, How many did I achieve : 1/3**Day 3 (January 18th) :**Did I define 3 MITs ? : YES (4), How many did I achieve : 2/4**Day 4 (January 19th) :**Did I define 3 MITs ? : YES, How many did I achieve : 1/3**Day 5 (January20th) :**Did I define 3 MITs ? : YES, How many did I achieve : 2/4

**Total : I’ve defined the MITs everyday, I’ve achieved 11/21.**

** What are my conclusions ?**

- 11/21 is a poor result. I’ve clearly over committed to myself during that week. There’s 1 specific MIT that I’ve pushed from day 1 to day 5 (finally I did it in day5) that made me loose 4 points.
- Defining the 3 MITs at the beginning of the week and every morning really helped me to focus on the good topics and to realize when I missed them.
- During this first week, I’ve also drastically simplified the way I use my todo system (nirvanahq). I’ve removed all project, and used 1 simple list. I’ve also simplified the actions (remove duplicate actions, remove actions I’ll never do…). As a result, I feel really more comfortable with this system.

**For the new coming week, my objective is to continue the implementation of this new habit, with a better result !**

ps : why did I put a bonsai here ? Because I like bonsai’s !

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