автор: Савватий 13.06.2018 Комментарии: 7
Great, so you know what not to do. What handful of activities absolutely crater your productivity?
So how does this all come together? By working from home in the morning for 90 minutes where no one can bother them:
By working from home in the morning for 90 minutes where no one can bother them: Try to end each work day the same way, too. Now we have to face one of the biggest problems of the modern era:
I just wing it and hope for the best. I have other responsibilities.
How do they get anything done? Know when to stop working.
The degree to which you can replicate that, and systematize it, is the extent to which you will have focus. Want to be more productive?
Bestselling author Dan Pink gives similar advice: For more on how to avoid the email trap and spend time wisely go here.
But more intriguingly, the correlation between CEO time use and output was driven entirely by hours spent in planned activities. For more on how to stop procrastinating go here.
I have other responsibilities. For more ways to save time go here. How should you strive to feel when working?
Defining routines and systems is more effective than relying on self-discipline. I know what some of you are thinking: So why not use them to make others and yourself happier?
Doing something well does not make it important. Instead, do what is important… and not much else.
Allowing yourself the option to do what you have not decided to do is disempowering and asking for failure. Your routines can be formal and scientific or personal and idiosyncratic — but either way, productive people have a routine.