Do not make yourself crazy trying to get necessarily everything done on your agenda. It’s okay to put off tasks for later. Things come up. Life will not stop while you send emails and go to meetings.
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You probably work too hard.
You probably work too hard and you also think you are not working hard enough.
We have been fed the same idea forever – “practice, practice, practice” – when we want to improve or get things done. More time spent working is the biggest factor affecting our improvement or performance in anything, right?
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You would think, for as proud as many people are of their typing speed, they’d be equally excited to talk about how quickly they can correct the words they have already put on the page to reduce their total drafting and editing time.
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If you want to be productive, you must be using some kind of productivity tool that backs up all of your tasks and allows you to keep your mind free to tackle whats in front of you. I’ve reviewed some of the top options to help you decide which to use.
By spending your first several hours or even minutes of your day responding to emails you are shooting yourself in the foot. Mornings, for both larks and night owls, tend to be some of the most precious and productive hours of the day.