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Interactive session on action management

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A brief overview of how to manage your actions

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Interactive session on action management

  1. 1. Interactive Session on Action Management 17 July 2015
  2. 2. Doing less meaningless work, so that you can focus on things on greater personal importance is NOT laziness. This is hard for most people to accept, because our culture tends to reward personal sacrifice instead of personal productivity. Timothy Ferriss
  3. 3. Activity Log Ideal day  Planned day  Actual Day What are the gaps and why?
  4. 4. List out---  Time wasters  Time Consumers  Empowerment failures  Which of these can you eliminate??
  5. 5. Consider this---  Is a results by volume approach worth it?  Is the importance of a task directly proportional to the time you invest on it?  Are you creating “busyness “ or being productive?  Are you efficient or effective?  Do you feel overwhelmed by work on a daily basis?  Are you suffering from an information overload?  If someone put a gun to your head and said that you can work two hours a week what tasks would you perform?
  6. 6. Manage Actions----  Attention management  Address pain points  Be response- able not responsible  Use a second brain  Say no to ourselves and to others  Use the 80-20 rule for impact thinking  Interrupt interruptions
  7. 7. Remember CORD  C-Collect  O-Organize  R-Review  D-Do
  8. 8. Collect--  Physical and mental gathering  Physical and mental purging- dumping day  Places to capture  Productivity tools
  9. 9. Organize---  Lists  Two Minute actions  Do- delegate- defer  Action Reminders
  10. 10. REVIEW  Daily review  Weekly review  Thinking ahead- bigger picture review  Constant updating
  11. 11. Do  Daily work flow  Big Rocks  Mono Tasking  Pomodoro Technique  Power hour  Batching  Elimination
  12. 12. Additional Points  Going Dark  Mails  The 40-20-40 rule  Importance of Milestones  Personal Commitment  Balance boss mode and worker mode.

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