Five Important Steps For You To Maximizing Productivity:
Here Are The Five Steps To Maximizing Our Productivity, Making More Money, and Enjoying More Free Time With Less Stress:
1) Eliminate the things in your life that are robbing you of your time, energy, focus and productivity.
As detailed at the beginning of this report, unfulfilled commitments, conflict, and unfinished projects exist in everyone’s lives and these rob you of energy, time, productivity, and focus.
With these types of things looming you are drained of the personal resources necessary to accomplish your goals and get everything you want. You must “close these loops” and move forward.
2) Focus on what you want to create, not what you want to avoid.
As I had noted earlier, we’re twice as motivated to avoid having something bad happen, than we are to achieve success or gain. In other words, we are twice as motivated by fear as we are by desire or by our goals which means getting into this new mindset will take focus.
3) Focus on what produces the most value, not what creates the most “busy work” for us.
Most of can confuse “busy work” and activity with “results”. This mistake robs us of our energy and time, especially in a today’s entrepreneurial-online environment, where there are lots of emails coming in, there are text messages, and there are people calling up or on Skype, and we get to end of the day and we’ve been working and doing a lot of stuff, and felt real busy, but we didn’t get anything profitable accomplished. So we have to learn which activities create the results and which ones don’t, and we want to focus on doing the things that create results for us, not just the things that are keeping us busy.
4) Focus your time in chunks of 90 to 120 minutes minimum, NOT on multitasking.
If you don’t focus for a long chunk of time on only one thing, you will not make much progress. Therefore, as an important part of our business process, we want learn to focus in blocks of 90 to 120 minutes without interruptions. We will no longer multitask, doing a lot of things at once, because we won’t get anything done.
5) Focus on what will work in the future, not what worked in the past.
We no longer live in a time where you can learn a job and then just do that over and over and over for 10, 20, 40, 50 years, and then “retire”. Things are changing too rapidly especially if your business has anything to do with the Internet where things are changing every day. So we need to focus on producing value, not just now, but in the future. Focus on learning things and doing things that will work now, not things that worked in the past.
When we make these five techniques a part of our normal routine, we’re going to be able to focus on increasing our productivity and learning how to make sure we take massive action every single day to reach the goals we set.
When we make focus a habit we will find it is easier to reach our goals, we can do it quicker, and we can enjoy more free times in our lives to do what we want to do.
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Johann and Juliet BreytenBach
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