автор: Злата 22.08.2017 Комментарии: 6
Back up your computer. Distractions make you stupid. Straighten up your desk.
I know what some of you are thinking: So how does this all come together? By working from home in the morning for 90 minutes where no one can bother them:
Only at home was there some chance of concentration. Top CEOs are interrupted every 20 minutes. Allowing yourself the option to do what you have not decided to do is disempowering and asking for failure.
Great, so you know what not to do. I have other responsibilities. Doing something well does not make it important.
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. For more ways to save time go here. Rearrange your schedule to do more of 1 and to eliminate 2 as much as possible.
Know when to stop working. Allowing yourself the option to do what you have not decided to do is disempowering and asking for failure.
Top CEOs are interrupted every 20 minutes. Straighten up your desk.
But a bigger question looms: Research shows this is when people are happiest. Your routines can be formal and scientific or personal and idiosyncratic — but either way, productive people have a routine.
Straighten up your desk. I just wing it and hope for the best. How do they get anything done?
Was that a waste on their part? Doing something well does not make it important. What handful of activities are responsible for the disproportionate number of your successes?