01 To win at something
often means failing somewhere else. Pick 3 battles, no more. … Pick 3.” – Randi Zuckerberg, Facebook Getting sleep Staying fit Spending time with family Building a great company Maintaining friendships
02 Know what you don’t
do. Keep a "No Thanks" list. Over time, this list should grow. DO DON T DO High School Reunion
03 Redefine productivity. It’s not
about how much you get done, it’s about the impact you’re having. Don't confuse motion and progress. A rocking horse keeps moving but doesn't make any progress. – Alfred Montapert, Author
04 Don't let fear drive
you. Don’t get hung up on perfection; you’re wasting valuable time. Work finally begins when the fear of doing nothing exceeds the fear of doing it badly. – Alain de Botton, Author
When tired, we focus on
low value, less important tasks. Start your day with the most important work. 06 IMPORTANT & URGENT IMPORTANT & NOT URGENT NOT IMPORTANT & URGENT NOT IMPORTANT & NOT URGENT
07 The beginning is where
you need motivation the most. Get working… worry about quality later. ‘Worse is better’ gets the ball rolling. – Tom Lehman, Rap Genius Founder
08 Remove outside distractions. You
can fully focus when your personal life is worry-free. Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work. – Gustave Flaubert, Author
09 Keep hitting the same
nail. Invest in activities that impact both your personal and professional lives. Align your professional and personal goals for maximum efficiency. – Chris Guillebeau, World-Traveller
10 Roll with the punches.
If it takes more than 20 mins to get started, change task. Momentum is key. Write Long- Winded u Improve resume with more bragging Write a Long- Winded Em ail
11 Separate strategic and tactical
thinking to focus on execution. Only think about the task at hand. It's like walking on a tightrope. If you think you're high and you look down, you start wobbling. If you look up, you start wobbling. If you just look ahead, and focus on the task and what you need to do, you tend to do things the right way. – Guy Boucher, Ice Hockey Coach
12 Divide your week into
work objectives. 1 objective per day to fully wrap your head around it. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9am 12 noon 3pm 9am 12 noon 3pm 9am 12 noon 3pm 9am 12 noon 3pm 9am 12 noon 3pm Organize meetings Prepare meetings Conduct team meetings Conduct one on one meetings Recap meetings
13 « Timebox » everything.
Good decisions often get made with less time, not more. Friday 4:47 PM 5PM - Vacations… Gotta Go4PM - Budget Approval
14 Split projects and tasks
into smaller projects. Force momentum. Shorten cycle time. Long projects zap morale. The longer it takes to build, the less likely it is to launch. – Jason Fried, Basecamp Founder
15 Find a focused group
to work with. Surrounding yourself with productive & focused people helps. Bla Bla STARLUCKS Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla
16 Work-life balance is about
how we approach things. If something feels like work, treat it as such. 10:35 AM 8:42 PM 0010010011010001000010001000 1001001 0100010000100010001001001100 0010001000100100010001000010 0010001001001100001000100010 01001 1000100001000100010010011010 0010000100010001001001
18 There most likely is
a better way of doing things. Get some time to think. Scheduling at 80% produces better products. Scheduling people at 100% doesn’t give space to think of creative solutions. – Productivity study
19 Take care of communications
(or don’t). Acquiring and re-acquiring context eats time. If a communication can be taken care of rapidly, do it. That way, you won't have to touch the same thing 4 times. – Mark Goldstein, 26 Time Hacks Reader
25 Keep your eyes on
the real prize. Focus on the objectives, not the tasks. Keep them in sight. The most important thing is to make sure that the most important thing remains the most important thing. – Zita Cobb, Social Entrepreneur
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