The goal of this challenge is to get better in achieving goals. The challenge is simple: decide a time in the morning when you should begin your planning of the day at the latest. You write a plan about what you want to achieve for the day, try do make it as detailed as needed and have implementation intentions in mind so that it gets easy to act upon various situations when they arise. When you check in, summarise how well you executed the plan for the last day. Background: Since the last six months, I've had a hard time struggling with inefficiency during the working hours. The reason behind this is that I am nowadays working from home and it's just too easy to do something else and just ignore my long term goals. I'm trying to go under the radar when my wife asks me how the day has been and I'm trying to dodge specific questions about how my progress has been and so on. I'm feeling ashamed of myself and the self-discipline I have developed in other areas doesn't seem to have any effect when it comes to working performance. It's really time to do something about this. Thanks to @Philosophical_Dad for suggesting me to look into implementation intentions Rules: * Decide the number of days to do this challenge and stick to it. E.g. 30 days. Also decide a time when you should have started your planning at the latest. Also if you're doing it Monday-Friday or anything else. * Check in every day (preferably, not strictly needed) * You check in by saying you have made a plan for the day and you summarise how well you accomplished the plan for the last day. * Any violation of the rules results in a reset * If any rule above doesn't fit you, make the change, write the modification down when you join (or reset), then commit, execute. * you start from zero and reach one when you have made your first plan. Optional: if you want to share your plan to others, feel free to do so. Tip: I'm going to have a dedicated log book where I write down my plans and follow ups. Then it's going to be easy to track my improvements over time.