Last fall I started attacking my productivity. I knew that I was wasting my most productive time and my best energy on unimportant tasks, but I wasn’t exactly sure what or where. It was time to focus on it, measure it and take control of it. So, I was on a mission. A mission to increase my productivity. Not to work more hours, not to exhaust myself, but to get more done in the hours I was working. I didn’t just want to “hack” it, I wanted to figure out what I was doing, what I could change, and what I needed to do to sustain and even grow my productivity. There are actually three things that helped me increase my productivity by over 400 percent. How did I figure out I increased my productivity by 400 percent? By analyzing the quantity of my hours vs. the quality of the output. In other words: How much was I getting done in the same time period and what were the results from what I was spending my time doing? So what were the three things? They are a book, a...
- When you leverage the right technology, you will change your results.
- You need to know what you want and then measure your output.
- You want to identify your unproductive habits and create productive ones.
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