1. CREATE A "TUIT" LIST
Write down the things you need to accomplish. For the big "tuits", make sure you as include a date by which to accomplish them. For the small things or daily "tuits", keep the list short and sweet (use the "post-it" rule = if your daily "tuit" list doesn't fit on a post-it then it is too long...and no you don't get extra points for writing small!).
2. PRIORITIZE YOUR "TUITS"
After you have your "tuits" written down, prioritize. Don't let the urgent prohibit you from the important. Remember, you have to prioritize the important things! To be who God has created you to be will not happen by accident. It happens with prioritized purpose.
3. USE ACTION VERBS WITH YOUR "TUITS"
When things hit a standstill you don't have to. Add some action verbs to your "tuits" that have been passively waiting. The action in the words will put a charge into your efforts!
4. CROSS OFF THE COMPLETED "TUITS"
There is something very rewarding about finishing a "tuit" well. Don't underestimate the power of celebrating as you cross it off the list. In the same way as someone who is working toward financial freedom cheers when debts are eliminated so we should applaud our efforts of finishing "tuits".