Productivity does not have to be difficult. It can be as simple as asking yourself three things you need to get done the next day. This is a real life example of these practices coming to fruition. Set yourself up for success by making sure you stay productive in everything you do.
- I found myself constantly answering emails, responding to texts, and getting caught up in the quick quick quick reaction time.
- First, he went for 30 minutes. Once he could successfully block out 30 minutes, he expanded it to an hour, then two.
- Wednesday is my day where I think big-picture, where I read long strategy books, I think about our business model, and I’ve spent years trying to build myself up to that time, to protect my time and let me think long-term.
“How many of us have been in the situation where we get to work and we’re like OK, this is going to be a great day, and 28 minutes later you have 45,000 emails in your inbox, someone’s texting you, your boss is pulling you over here?”