автор: Руфина 20.09.2017 Комментарии: 7
So why not use them to make others and yourself happier? But is this true in the real world? Distractions make you stupid.
Establish a closing ritual. Doing something well does not make it important.
Distractions make you stupid. I have other responsibilities. Busy, but not rushed.
You know what none of them said? The vast majority of things that people do quickly should not be done at all. Great, so you know what not to do.
Straighten up your desk. 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. How do they get anything done?
Only at home was there some chance of concentration. Now we have to face one of the biggest problems of the modern era:
I just wing it and hope for the best. I know what some of you are thinking: Instead, do what is important… and not much else.
What handful of activities absolutely crater your productivity? I encourage people to develop routines so that their decision-making is only applied to the most creative aspects of their work, or wherever their unique talent happens to lie.
Top CEOs are interrupted every 20 minutes. Both volunteered their very valuable time.
Try to end each work day the same way, too. I have other responsibilities. Top CEOs are interrupted every 20 minutes.
You know what none of them said? By working from home in the morning for 90 minutes where no one can bother them:
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. But more intriguingly, the correlation between CEO time use and output was driven entirely by hours spent in planned activities. Join over , readers.
They found that not one of the twelve executives was ever able to work uninterruptedly more than twenty minutes at a time—at least not in the office. And a flood of studies show that the easiest and most powerful way to change your behavior is to change your environment.
Make a list of what you need to do tomorrow. Both volunteered their very valuable time. By working from home in the morning for 90 minutes where no one can bother them: