автор: dusthose 30.08.2017 Комментарии: 6
But is this true in the real world? And a flood of studies show that the easiest and most powerful way to change your behavior is to change your environment. Distractions make you stupid.
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Great, so you know what not to do. Research shows this is when people are happiest.
Distractions make you stupid. I think this is one of the most common problems with a lot of time-management or productivity advice; they focus on how to do things quickly. Defining routines and systems is more effective than relying on self-discipline.
Your routines can be formal and scientific or personal and idiosyncratic — but either way, productive people have a routine. But more intriguingly, the correlation between CEO time use and output was driven entirely by hours spent in planned activities. Busy, but not rushed.
I have other responsibilities. My boss needs me.
Was that a waste on their part? Defining routines and systems is more effective than relying on self-discipline. Instead, do what is important… and not much else.
Defining routines and systems is more effective than relying on self-discipline. I know what some of you are thinking: Know when to stop working.