The Sticky Method: Movable Tasks To Build Your Habits

habits productivity Sep 26, 2018

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to go to High Performance Academy with Brendan Burchard. It was an amazing experience & I met some really amazing people there.

It's really funny. Whenever you go to a seminar or an event that's for personal development, you find some amazing people. Quite possibly the most positive people in the world.

I met this really amazing girl, named April Hamilton. I saw one of her lives & she had these sticky notes on the wall behind her. I said to myself, "Okay, I got to know what your sticky notes are about."

That's my love language right there.

She invited me into her group where she had a Sticky Method challenge & that thing is pretty phenomenal.

I want to share with you guys so you can try this also. You can do this any way you'd like. Like I mentioned, hers are on her wall but I have mine on a dry erase board.

You can do Monday through Friday or can include the weekends. Some people include the habits that they want to build while other people included daily tasks they wanted to make sure they got done.

If you're like me, I love tech & apps. However, the thing about apps & being on a computer is that it's really convenient to ignore it. The notification pops up & you just swipe up.

When I show this to you, so you're going to say, "Well Kimberly, you can just do that in Trello. It's the same concept. You can move things around in Trello."

Trust me, if it's not in my face, I'm not going to do it.

This is why I choose to do it this way, but don't be overwhelmed. It's literally just a checklist 

I have all the tasks I have to do. If you're familiar with the Miracle Morning, they have what's called the SAVERS. Silence, affirmations, visualizations, exercise, reading, & scribing. I have mine as gratitude since I write in my gratitude journal.

Once you do them, this is like crossing things off the list. It's kind of like a gold star. Like an adult sticker chart!

At the end of the week, I want to look at everything I have left; everything I didn't get accomplished & I can say, "Okay, what happened there? Why didn't I do that."

Do I want to keep this as a routine, as a habit? Or do I want to change it? What do I need to tweak? What does that look like?

Make the changes the start the week over again. The next week, will be opposite with all your sticky notes on top & you just move them to the bottom as you complete them.

I'd love to hear what habits or tasks you'd have on your stickies!


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