I just finished reading Rich Habits, by Thomas C. Corley CPA, CFP, M.S. Tax, published by Langdon Street Press.
The book is 89 pages of excellent advice on how to get your life organized, including examples of the changes three individuals experienced after thirty days or so of the program. As the title implies, if you follow Mr. Corley's ten steps, monetary wealth should follow. I can see applying these steps to any and all endeavors you're pursuing, that may or may not produce monetary wealth, but success.
Household chores will be more easily accomplished by following these steps. They're about structure and gaining control over your life. Self-control. The only control we have, and if you play it right, the only one you need.
I bristle at the thought of any kind of structure, so if you're reading this and saying to yourself, "dream on," I understand. However, I have noticed that folks who have goals for each and every day of their lives, are getting much more accomplished that I am.
So, if you're looking to change your life, you might want to give the principals in the book thirty days, as he suggest. Good luck and may these tools help you find your path to success, whatever that looks like for you. Go to www.richhabits.net